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Sailing T Shirts

Updated on October 24, 2014

Sailing - Sailboat Apparel: T-Shirts, Sweatshirts and More

This page has a selection of sailing and sailboat apparel including t-shirts, sweatshirts and more.

Sailing t shirts come in a wide range of styles, materials, and colors. Sailing shirt logos feature sailing vessels, ocean scenes, sailing destinations, nautical icons, and other artwork.

Sail plans are popular on t shirts and other apparel. These simple drawings include vessel hull blueprints and well as depictions of sails and rigging.

Sailboats are classified by technical aspects such as hulls, keels, masts, sails, rigging, and other structures. Many of these components are chosen by artists to designate a distinct type of sailing vessel.

A number of sailing vessel types are popular on t shirts, including sloops, cutters, catboats, ketches, schooners, barques, brigantines, clippers, and others.

Custom t shirts are a good choice for sailing enthusiasts. Shoppers can choose a basic sailing logo for a shirt or other product and then add custom text to create a personalized product.

Custom t shirts, sweatshirts, hats, coffee mugs, and other gear can be found at North America online store.

This unique online resource offers a large collection of sailing and sailboat art that is suitable for customizing.

In addition to sailing logos, North America online store offers an extensive collection of sports and outdoor recreation-themed artwork.

Chesapleake Bay Skipjack
Chesapleake Bay Skipjack

Historic Sailing Vessels

Some sailing vessels are no longer produced, except as historic exhibits. Many designs have become obsolete due to technological advances in ship building. Most types of tall ships have been obsolete since the steam era.

A number of smaller sailing vessels have also become obsolete, including the fishing schooner, pungy, log canoe, bateau, bugeye, Chesapeake Bay skipjack, and others.

Although these craft are no longer viable for commercial use, limited numbers of vessels have been restored to serve as museum exhibits, educational tools, or tours.

Historic sailing vessel designs are extremely popular in nautical artwork. These iconic sailboats and ships appear as line art, color illustrations, photos, and other art forms.

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