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New yacht crew uniform styles debut

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Zeidel & Co., the yacht crew uniform company based in West Palm Beach, is unveiling its new brand of crew apparel called See at the show this week.

Previewed at the Ft. Lauderdale show in October, the line is now available, including two new skorts, three dresses, blouses, capris and shorts for men and women. They come in the classic line, which is in stock and always available; the deluxe line, which is custom colors of the existing designs; and the luxe line, which is a custom design.

Chelsey Perkins models Zeidel’s new line of crew apparel. PHOTO BY LUCY REED

Chelsey Perkins models Zeidel’s new line of crew apparel. PHOTO BY LUCY REED

Though there are no fitting rooms, crew can take the items back to their boat to try on, said Montana Pritchard, owner of Zeidel and its creative director.

Zeidel has free drinks on the docks 5-7p.m. each evening. Stop by to check out their new brand of crew apparel.

About Lucy Chabot Reed

Lucy Chabot Reed is publisher and founding editor of The Triton.

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