We hear from first time nudists expressing concerns about being nude for the first time in a group setting. Our own Everything To Sea’s support specialist, Ron, describes his recent first-time experience onboard our latest trip. It was his first time being nude with others. What he has to say may help anyone who may be timid about taking it all off in groups.
It took nine months to navigate through a whole new world, when it came to sailing again during Covid-19. We had to, unfortunately, inform our passengers that our April, June, July, and August trips would be canceled due to the ongoing pandemic. But then, for the first time in almost a year, we set sail again! Here at Everything To Sea, we were able to navigate the new rules set in place by different countries and here in Indonesia, get back on the water.
We came up with COVID FAQs based on these new rules (which seemed to change daily), and we finally got back to doing what we love – sailing naked! Read personal thoughts from owners Max and Dave, and the passengers, too – on what it was like to travel again after a long quarantine.
Our itinerary takes you to what some might say is the most majestic hike you’ll ever experience. Padar Island is the third-largest island in the Komodo Island chain. It’s an island with a truly unique feature: three beaches with three different colors of sand! It also has an elevation just shy of 400 feet, making for extraordinary views. Check out this post we found on weseektravel.com – “Padar Island Hike – Best Sunrise Viewpoint in Indonesia?”
This is a blog about naked sailing, so why are we talking about lizards? Well, one of the experiences on Everything To Sea’s voyages takes you to some of the most remote Indonesian islands, where you will come across the rare Komodo dragon. And, they are fascinating! For starters, did you know that females don’t need a male to get pregnant?
Get ready for the sharks and the almighty dragons! This is a Community-friendly travel guide to Labuan Bajo and the island of Flores, the base for the mind-blowingly incredible underwater world of Komodo National Park. Check out this article by our friends The Nomadic Boys, as seen on their Nomadic Boys blog.
The great age of sail, which ended in the West in the early twentieth century, never quite ended in Indonesia. The Bugis have continued to build their phinisi on the beaches of Sulawesi and continue to sail the islands to this day. Check out this article by Rick Spilman called “Where the Age of Sail Never Ended – the Bugis Phinisi, an Appreciation” as seen on The Old Salt Blog:
The fauna in Flores varies from the Komodo dragons, to wild boars and deer, to Manta Rays swimming in the Coral Triangle. And the Wallace Line, which scientifically delineates species, is an altogether different aspect of this region.