Have you heard of Two Bad Tourists, gay bloggers David and Auston? They run a well-known LGBT+ travel blog with amazing guides on international gay-friendly destinations, festivals, and events with recommendations for dining, gay nightlife, hotels, tours, sightseeing and more. Recently, they featured Everything To Sea in an article called, “Five Types of Male Travelers.” The post serves to answer a question that we get very frequently, “Who exactly comes on the naked sailing trips?” We’ve reposted the article here for you to get all the answers.
As the children’s author Dr. Seuss wrote in The Foot Book, “Left foot, Right foot. Feet, Feet, Feet. How many, many feet you meet.” On Everything To Sea trips, we do meet a lot of bare feet on board our boat. In fact, the first thing we tell our travelers when they step onto the deck is, “Guys, shoes off please!” In this blog post, let’s take a peek at the subject of living life barefoot through the mind of Max, co-founder of Everything To Sea.
Over the years, we’ve had the pleasure of sailing with interesting men from all walks of life, and Tony is no exception. He’s a veterinarian by day, and a Dom, escort, and porn star by night. Tony inspired us with his unique, personal stories while aboard the August 2022 departure. We’d like to highlight Tony in this post as part of our blog series called “Meet Another Everything To Sea Traveler.”
We’re born in a beautiful bundle of flesh. It’s not in our inherent nature to cover up our bodies… it’s societal pressure that makes people not even question it. In fact, when you take a look at all of human history, wearing clothing is a recent trend, and it’s even newer in Southeast Asia. The spread of religion and colonialism influenced people to cover up, despite centuries of nudity accepted as the norm. Today, it’s only isolated groups who were more immune to colonial influence, that still remain nude.
A look at the curious ways the English language deals with nudity.
We are big language nerds over here at Everything To Sea. We love sharing and comparing the nuances and idiosyncrasies that exist in English versus other languages. In fact, altogether our team can speak 8 different languages, including German, French, Indonesian, Japanese, Chinese, Spanish, Javanese, and English. We couldn’t resist sharing excerpts from a blog written by Paul Rousse, editor of Naturist Travel/H&E Naturist. He takes a deep dive into the various ways that people have used the English language to describe nudity, from the coarse and comical to the polished and old-fashioned.
Kevin Mayfield is a travel agent who advises his clients on ideal travel experiences, and of course he recommends Everything To Sea for those seeking naked travel. In fact, Kevin himself is a proud nudist and probably sells trips while in the buff at his laptop! You can reach him at Kevin(at)mwktravelservices(dot)com for planning your upcoming trip. In this post, Kevin brainstorms how to use the concept of love languages to elevate travel experiences.
A boner war may be raging in nudist camps, but with Everything To Sea trips, the only thing raging might be boners themselves. Woops – now we’re just being “cheeky.” Not that there’s anything wrong with ass cheeks (or assholes; we like them on our trips, too! We mean, the body part… not some dick you just met.) Wait, did you just meet up with… some dick?
The world is an amazing place and traveling can make you feel invincible. It’s no coincidence it’s so addictive. However, there is a science behind the joy of traveling. Check out this article that we found from TheDiscoverer.com about crazy facts that could change the way you travel – and give you even more reasons to head on another new adventure.
Our Communications Specialist Eddie Rahadian recently joined one of our cruises and, for him, it was nothing short of amazing. In this blog post, Eddie shares some of his personal favorite moments during the voyage.
Throughout the Western world, the practice of living naked appears to be gaining traction among a newer, younger audience. Check out this article that we found, written by Josh Sims for InsideHook.com.
In this blog post, Everything To Sea’s Eddie Rahadian talked with Patrick Emmanuel, the founder of MaleBodyPoetry.net, in which he waxes on both male nudity and the beauty of nature. Check out our Q&A with the Hilderbeg-based guy below.
Your Private Journey is a trip that is offered exclusively by Everything To Sea. It is just you, along with owners Dave and Max and the open sea (and of course, the crew.) We’d like to introduce you to Todd, one man who chose Your Private Journey and a personalized itinerary. He shares what he thinks was a trip that “exceeded his expectations and more.”
Now that we’re emerging from a long quarantine, many people are realizing they may have put on a few “pandemic pounds.” Well, if you find yourself in that category, we’re here to help. We heard of a new way to exercise…with your balls. Yes, it’s called “Ball Yoga”. We went to our friends The Naked Trainers to find out what it’s all about, and how you can get to stretching the family jewels.
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!
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.