Though nautical wear usually conjures up Nantucket Red a-holes fueling their Hinckleys w/ money, those ponces would perish in the real (sea) world of rum-running, scurvy, and placating Kevin Costner's constant need to water both his gills and his small-ass tomato plant. For hardened seafaring gear, check out Rogues Gallery
From a former LL Bean designer, pride of Portland, ME Rogues' spring drop's a hearty line of dark-colored knit and woven shirts, jackets, sweaters, and vintage-y print tees that evoke less sissified sailboy, and more hardscrabble mariner. Jackets start with the double-breasted black cotton/linen Naval w/ "naval detailed" epaulets; a cotton single-button Canvas in stone or black w/ external pockets; and a black cotton/linen full-zip Life Boat featuring a button-covering wind guard and hideaway hood -- funnily enough, also the name of the new "urban-life"-themed Disney resort. Sweaterwise, they've got the five-button Fine Gauge Henley in black or deering blue featuring a ribbed collar/cuffs, a washed black Naval crewneck w/ epaulets and cotton sheeting patches on the shoulders/elbows, and a washed cotton hooded summer sweater with a madras liner called the Chunky Zip, a name that should harken back to your most successful drug buy
On the woven tip, RG's got three styles (madras, linen, signature fitted) and custom-dyed, hand-printed tees including the terrifying nine-gun-toting Blue Beard and a yellowed number showing an old Maritime News headline about steamship Columbia losing passengers at sea, something that happens all too infrequently aboard those damn Hinckleys.