Indonesia is a land of beautiful volcanoes – one of them is Mt. Batur, which is located in Bali. A lot of guys who sail with us want to extend their trips to explore the Island of the Gods, after their cruises conclude. Everything To Sea is happy to arrange Bali Add-On options – and we have many to choose from. One exciting activity is to climb Mt. Batur. It’s probably not for the faint-hearted… but the journey is definitely worth it. Check out this excerpt from the blog post on KeepCalmandWander.com, where the traveler describes his experience hiking up this amazing mountain.
Every good company these days needs someone to focus on kinks when technical glitches come up – remember, we said technical kinks, not those kind of kinks. Since we reach many of you via all sorts of digital platforms (you’re following us, right?) including our website and blog, sometimes technology doesn’t behave. This is where Hans Kusuma comes in.
“Blessed be the fruit” (we’ll send you five pictures of hot guys with fruit, if you can guess this reference. Just leave a comment in the section below). Surely you know about eggplants????, bananas????, and peaches????. In this blog post, Everything To Sea staff share their favorite fruits. For this list, we’re focusing on fruits that are native Indonesian and considered exotic to this Southeast Asian country.
The Everything To Sea family is growing. No, no one is expecting, but Eddie Rahadian will be joining the team as our communications specialist. We wanted to give you all a chance to meet him. He says he’s sassy, single, and ready to mingle. Let’s meet Eddie!
Why take a trip on The Deluxe Boat, when it’s more than 2/3 the cost of The StandardPlus Boat? We often receive inquiries asking about the differences between the two. Apparently the glory of our most exclusive trip hasn’t yet been reflected. That’s on us, and hopefully this post will do it justice.
Some men who choose to travel with Everything To Sea join us as solo travelers. If you’re hesitant to travel alone, we’ve compiled some of the pros of traveling by yourself. If you’re considering a “Solo-cation, ” we think this blog post may help you make up your mind.
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.
Some men may find it a rare treat to be able to get naked with others. Vacations are usually when people drop their drawers to swim or visit a naturist resort. However, why does it have to be a rare occasion? We found this article, “Living Naked Daily” on nudeandhappy.com, which shares ways to get naked more often.
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?”
“I don’t have a good enough body or a big enough dick to be naked in front of others.” Have you ever said this before? Even if you haven’t said it out loud, perhaps you’ve thought it to yourself. We interviewed a guy who’s posted on our Twitter X page. Below, he talks about his own body image...
The beach, a nudist camp, or an organized naked group trip are the usual things that come to mind when thinking about naked activities. But there are scores of other things you can do nude, too! An article called “101 Activities You Can Do Naked” by nudeandhappy.com listed out – well – over a hundred. We have 40 random activities culled from them here. Read on and enter a naked state of mind…
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?
What if I get hard? What if my dick isn’t big enough? We know that some of our readers may be new to the idea of going nude in group settings. If you’re not an experienced nudist, you may have questions. We are reprinting excerpts from an original article written by NakedWanderings.com. In some places, we’ve changed the text as necessary, to make it more applicable to an all-male situation.
The start of summer has begun in the northern hemisphere. That means a high sun angle – and that could mean a good thing for those of us baring it all in the sun. It is not good to catch a burn, of course, but according to Logan Christopher who runs the website LegendaryStrength, the sunshine on our balls is good for us.
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:
Dave, one of the co-founders of Everything To Sea, offers a stream-of-consciousness post dealing with the present, the past, and the future, in an honest and daring take on himself sexually.
Ernest Hemingway once wrote, “Any man’s life, told truly, is a novel…” We are thrilled to publish a personal story from the heart. A journey of being gay in Indonesia, from Everything To Sea’s Support Specialist, Ron.