Cintas Corporation has released its new cruise catalog offering distinctive apparel. Featuring innovative fabric technologies and multiple uniform capabilities, the catalog offers cruise line executives the uniform programs and business support they need to create, implement and sustain a professional image, according to a company statement.

“Cintas has more than 40 years of history partnering with organizations to deliver innovative apparel that speaks to their image and brands,” said Dan Ambrosio, vice president of global lodging and cruise, Cintas. “With more than 20 years of experience serving the cruise industry, we’re excited to take our offerings a step further with this informative, specialty catalog for cruise lines.”

Offering traditional and formal collections for day, evening and cold-weather attire, the new cruise catalog from Cintas walks executives through every step of the uniform program, from concept to completion. Traditional officer apparel in white or navy suiting can be complemented with criss cross ties, dress belts, or other accessories for an evening or formal look. The catalog also showcases a variety of epaulettes, sleeve braids, buttons and cap devices that can be customized by color, embroidery type and job function.

“Like all of the catalogs at Cintas, the cruise catalog is much more than a uniform directory,” added Paul Santagata, regional director of cruise lines, Cintas. “To help the cruise industry achieve a consistent and professional image through uniforms, the catalog outlines ways to maintain quality through proper fit, garment care and more.”

With a client roster that includes Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, Carnival Cruise Lines, Seabourn Cruise Line and Silversea Cruises, Cintas has a tenured cruise staff of over 20 years of experience delivering uniform product, services and expertise to the cruise industry. Featuring cutting-edge manufacturing capabilities, including worldwide shipping and 24-hour delivery fulfillment, the team provides in-stock, customized and exclusive apparel designs to cruise lines. In September, the team will relocate from their current distribution center in Miami to a new state-of-the-art 18,000 sq. ft. facility in Miramar, Fla., where they will continue to provide cruise line customers with excellent uniform services and expertise from