Our shipping times have greatly improved. Most orders ship within 1-2 business days. Custom embroidery orders typically ship within 2-3 business days.

You can track your order status from your order confirmation email. You will also receive additional notification emails:

  • When your order ships
  • When it is out for delivery
  • When it is delivered

Most domestic US customers can expect delivery:

  • 1-3 business days of shipment confirmation with priority shipping
  • 2-5 business days of shipment confirmation with economy shipping.
  • FPO and international customers could take anywhere from 3-30 business days.

Yes! You can update your shipping address after your order is placed from your order status page.

  • Click the "VIEW YOUR ORDER" link in your order confirmation email.
  • Click on the "Update address" button under your current shipping address.

*The shipping address cannot be updated after the order is shipped. Please make any shipping address changes as soon as possible.

USPS is the only carrier that can
deliver mail and packages to FPO/APO locations. Carriers such as FedEx® and UPS® offer international shipping/delivery to local addresses that are not FPO/APO addresses.

Due to security restrictions, FPO/APO military mail addresses will not deliver packages from any other carrier besides USPS.

Size Questions

  • We recommend measuring the rack and referring to our SIZE GUIDE to be certain of the specific size you might need.
  • You can also make an accurate decision based on the rank and ship type:

    US Navy rack mattress sizes are commonly based on rank/paygrade and ship type. Junior enlisted personnel in paygrades E-1 to E-6 will share the same berthing areas and almost always the "CREW" sizes. Senior enlisted personnel, or Chief Petty Officers, in paygrades E-7 to E-9 are the "CPO" sizes. Personnel in paygrades Officers in paygrades O-1 to O-5, assigned to staterooms, are almost always "OFFICER" sizes. Some Junior Officers, O-1 to O-3, on larger ships such as aircraft carriers and amphibious ships, are assigned to 3-4 person staterooms known as the J.O. jungle. These staterooms often have "CPO" and "CPO LONG" size rack mattresses. Coast Guard Cutter berthing and other Coast Guard vessels are always "CPO" size rack mattresses.

Most likely regular sizes. 90% of Crew berthings for E-1 to E-6 are regular "CREW" size rack sheets and mattresses. "CREW LONG" size rack sheets are more common on brand new CVN and LCS ship classes. "CPO LONG" size rack sheets are common in many CPO berthings. See our SIZE GUIDE for exact measurements.

If you are ordering Fleet Sheets as a gift for a Junior Sailor, E-1 to E-6, but not 100% sure, we recommend the regular "CREW" sizes.

Your satisfaction with the size and quality is guaranteed. Returns & Exchanges are zero hassle. Feel free to reach out to us for assistance: Contact Us Now.

Product Questions

In most cases, yes. White sheets are the Navy standard and you can never go wrong or potentially violate a ships' policy with white sheets.

Colors other than white are authorized at each ship's discretion, in accordance with their specific command berthing policy instruction.

Ships typically standardize white sheets to provide conformity during major inspections, such as INSURV. The vast majority of Commands' relax this policy during normal operations to allow their Crews' to personalize their berthing & stateroom racks, and improve morale.

Refer to your ship's command berthing policy instruction for specific guidance.

***INSURV does not have a requirement for berthing and stateroom rack sheets, blankets, or towel colors during inspection. During INSURV, inspectors require that berthings' and staterooms' follow the guidance in accordance with each ship's command berthing policy instruction.

We are happy to clarify, provide references, or provide your ship a quote. Feel free to reach out if there's any questions we can answer.

Yes! Shipboard rack sheets made of cotton and poly/cotton blends are authorized for Navy (N) shipboard use.

The most applicable reference for shipboard rack bed-linen/bed-spreads is CCC-C-430F.

Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) does not provide any shipboard specification requirements for rack sheets as these items are considered consumables ("items replaced frequently for replenishment and/or normal wear & tear").

NAVSEA does provide shipboard specifications, especially relative to fire retardancy requirements, for rack pillows, rack curtains, and rack mattresses, as these items are NOT considered consumables.

We are happy to clarify, provide references, or provide your ship a quote. Feel free to reach out if there's any questions we can answer.

Yes! During INSURV inspections, berthing inspectors reference each ships' command berthing policy instruction. There is no rack sheet, bed-linen, or bed-spread instruction/specification from NAVSEA for forces afloat used by INSURV or INSURV inspectors.

If the ships' command berthing policy instruction authorizes navy blue & gold striped rack bed-linen (available for custom quote on request), then inspectors will score based on conformity to the ships' command berthing policy instruction.

We have received positive feedback directly from INSURV inspectors where Fleet Sheets were in berthings' and staterooms' during INSURV berthing inspections. This feedback included an overall improved look, feel, and comfort vs ships' that used typical issued rack sheets during inspection.

We are happy to clarify, provide references, or provide your ship a quote. Feel free to reach out if there's any questions we can answer.

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