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I just worked up to sailing shoe and shirtless this summer. After seeing nudes at the beach on the Med I think I will pass on that activity.
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Hey ottos, your avatar is what I believe a 1981 Hobie judging by the sail color "Cat Fever" I just sold mine along with our Macgregor before buying our Catalina 320. I really hated selling it and my Wife didn't even want to talk about it, but we weren't using it and we had to get realistic on what we should keep and what to sell before going full bore on our new to us boat.
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Awesome ideas guys keep them coming=) swampcreek maybe I own your old mac26 ? Bought it off Dana point couple years ago
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Re: Clothing optional sailing

Less along the junior high lines would be:
"Naturism"
"It's only natural"
"My naked lady"

More along the junior high theme:
"Bareboat Charter"
"Neeeeked"
"Moonglow" <-- This would be the ONLY acceptable use of this boat name.

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for me it would be "pure white" as there are parts of my body that have never seen sunlight and a lot more parts that have not seen it in a LONG time

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  • Bare Poles
  • Wind Bag
  • Howzit' Hangin'
  • Booby Gannet
  • Tit For Tat
  • Sloopie Seconds
  • Bare Necessities
  • Look Sea
  • All Over Tan
  • In The Pink
  • Touch Me Knot
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I just worked up to sailing shoe and shirtless this summer. After seeing nudes at the beach on the Med I think I will pass on that activity.
This past Fall I managed to shirtless and shoeless, too - even so bold as to go without socks, all while wearing...gulp...shorts! I felt so vulnerable!

Then again, I don't have a tan to worry about, so it's not like I have tons of motivation.


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