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Line 7’s apparel now in the Caribbean

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Line 7’s superyacht-specific marine apparel is now available onshore in the Caribbean — a move that reflects the rapid growth of the refreshed brand since its relaunch in 2016.  Antigua-based shoreside support supplier Jane’s Yacht Services has a full range of Line 7’s new apparel in stock.

The company has invested in the development of the new superyacht-specific range. It will be the first time the brand will be seen in the Caribbean since 2014.

“Line 7 is a quality product fit for superyacht crew,” said Jane Midson, director of Jane’s Yacht Services. “Wrinkle-free, fast-drying fabrics mean less time in the laundry, and the fit for all of the pieces in the range will keep even the most discerning chief stewardess happy. We have a full range of samples in all sizes to meet fitting requirements for both superyacht uniform and race uniform. Custom-designed branding can also be produced for crew on request with a turnaround time that meets the discerning expectations of the industry.”

A California-based warehouse slated to open in this fiscal quarter will facilitate product delivery in the region, according to Line 7 business manager Danielle Lambert.

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