Nudist idea #83: Sail naked

On a warm day, your boat is pushed by a light breeze, you enjoy sailing, the air enveloping your bare skin. Whether on a large boat or a on a small dinghy, being naked is the best option.

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Let’s look at it, if the weather allows it, there’s no real reason to wear anything aboard a sailing ship. It’s actually almost the perfect place to be naked. You won’t have any neighbors gawking, and if it happens to cruise next to another boat, the chances are high nobody will care the way you are dressed or undressed in this case. You will have a unique opportunity to get a overall tan, and you will honestly be so comfortable it would really be a pity not to get naked. Of course, do not forget your sun lotion!

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Beyond the nudist resort, a sailing boat is probably the next best place to get used to nudity outside of your own home. Whether for a day or a week, a naked cruise on a nudist sail boat is a great way to be comfortable with your own body among other nudists. You are relaxed, the sun is shining, get naked! And propose to the others to follow your lead. Finally, if you are the happy owner of the boat, make it a nudist one, as I proposed in the Nudist idea #46: Allow only nakedness on your boat, Do not over think about it, just drop all your clothes the moment you put the foot on the boat or at least as soon as you leave the harbor, and enjoy the feeling!

Are you sailing naked? How do you feel? Share your experiences in the comments below. In the meantime, Get Naked, Stay Naked, Live Naked and Share the Naked Love!

2 thoughts on “Nudist idea #83: Sail naked

  1. My ex wife and I used to sail nude all the time. It was amazing how accepting other boaters where out on the open water. Never any complaints, just friendly waves and huge smiles !!

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  2. Pingback: 100 nudity ideas to increase nude time and nudist friends | Nu et heureux - Naked and Happy

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