Crew clothing provider Haute Yacht Wear has launched its Haute Design Competition, offering superyacht crew the chance to design their very own uniform that will be added to the Haute Yacht Wear range.

“Here is your chance to produce the beautiful, comfortable uniforms you have been dreaming about since you put on your first yacht uniform,” says Jessica Castle, founder of Haute Yacht Wear. “We believe you should take an active role in shaping our designs so that they are relevant, practical and up to date with the ever-changing needs of the yachts and the crew who work on them.”

The competition is open to all current yacht crew and will go on until 31 July, 2015. Following the application deadline, the team at Haute Yacht Wear will narrow down the entries to the best 15 pieces which will be posted to the Haute Yacht Wear website where fellow crew will vote for their favourite design.

To apply, you can fill out the online application form. Or, you can email your idea to; if you apply via email you must include the following: a description or sketch of your design; the colours you would like to see it produced in; your name, phone number and email address; the name of your yacht; and the email address of your captain, chief stewardess, purser or yacht manager.

The winner will be announced on 5 November, 2015, at which point the winner’s design will be produced and added to the Haute Yacht Wear collection, and will include the winner’s name or short message on the item’s labels. If the winner is from the US, he or she will also win a $400 voucher to be used towards the Haute Yacht Wear range.

To apply to the Haute Design Competition, click here or email

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