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Sun is bad for tats? Didn't know that.
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File them with gelcoat, sails, cloths and basically everything else...

I go through copper tone sport and ziinc like there's no tomorrow. They also look crappy on a tan. Milky white skin allows the colors to pop. I don't really have that...
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Re: Clothing optional sailing

Tallswede - just read your post about the Gulf Coast Nudist Yacht Club and immediately went to your club web page to buy a Nudist Yacht Club t shirt.
Took a minute to figure a nudist club t shirt (or the guy looking for one) is an oxymoron.
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Sun is bad for tats? Didn't know that.
Yeah Minne, you'd better cover up!

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vitamin D is important...
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A local sailor nearly lost his scrotum to a cleat.

Suit yourself.
thereare lots of stupid stories about folks almost losing something to a XXX--wtf--just watch out for your stuff and you should be fine.......

folks who sail nekkid are not gonna lose parts to anything but bad rumors, unless they are sooo stoopit they dont handle selves well in pubic.

most folks who nekkid sail just nekkid sail. dont have to join up with other folks who may be pervs--rodlmao.

i sail far enough off shore no one can see me, as it should be.

ps--i sail in stuff you guys cannot sail into and be happy, so dont even try to find me....lol
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I am thinking that most sailboats are like most nude beaches in that the people on board are usually not the type you want to see naked.
That's been my experience. For every "10" you see sailing naked, you see a hundred "1"'s.

And, I keep envisioning something like this happening to me if I did it.

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i dont sail nekkid--i like to sleep at night--no burns on my bod.....i just wear a wife beater tank about 2 sizes toolarge and is called a sailing dress...rodlmao
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Re: Clothing optional sailing

Here's a blog posting from Zero To Cruising on the topic of nudity at anchorages:
http://www.zerotocruising.com/a-time-and-a-place/

The gist seems to be that folks ought to be sensitive to the culture of where they're anchored. If it's a nudity averse culture, stay covered. If it's a nudity accepting culture, go bare as you dare.

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Re: Clothing optional sailing

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Tallswede - just read your post about the Gulf Coast Nudist Yacht Club and immediately went to your club web page to buy a Nudist Yacht Club t shirt.
Took a minute to figure a nudist club t shirt (or the guy looking for one) is an oxymoron.
Hmmm, don't know what site you went to but we don't sell tee shirts or any thing else on our web site.

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