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It is not allowed to alternater the high seas suits in anyway.


Would you like to have a high seas suit with logo’s for your sailing team, crew or charter? Please contact us for a quote tailored to your whishes.

Gear swaps can be initiated by sending us a message on one of our social channels or by filling in the contact form. After which you will recive shipping instructions. You can use the shipping box provide to you with the original delivery of the suit for the return shipment. Shipping fees may apply check out our shipping policy here.

You can in the future when nohaca will be present at various sailing events where sailors can try and fit our gear. 


For now you can order the right size with a little help from our size charts (checkout the product page)! Still wondering if it is the right size? No worries! All subscriptions have a 30 day trail period so you can check out if you have ordered the right size and exchange if necassary. 


Polyamide fabric is made from strings of polyamide monomers (extracted from crude oil). By using recycled polyamide we reduce the use of (virgin) fossile resourecs. Recycled polyamide is a material that has been recycled from waste. The raw material source for recycled polyamide can be old fishing nets, carpets and other kinds of waste. 


The most famous form of polyamide fabric is nylon, which is used for the High Seas Suit. Polyamide is an entirely synthetic material. It is commonly used in the garment industry because of its elasticity and softness. Nylon was actually originally developed as an alternative to silk, because silk was expensive to produce.

“The intent of 1% for the Planet is to help fund these diverse environmental organizations so that collectively they can be a more powerful source in solving the world’s problems.”



As a 1% for the Planet business member nohaca supports this cause by donating 1% of our gross sales towards selected charities.


Find out more on the 1% for the Planet website

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