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Which Queer Sea Creature Are You?

In the 1990s, marine biologists finally broke through observer bias and societal hush-hush, and came out about what’s really going on under the sea. From little Nemo the clownfish to Free Willy the orca, several species have been observed flipping genders and flopping around with the same sex. These “sea queer-tures” are the real ones making waves with copulation, mutual masturbation, gang banging, courtship, and cuddle time. Things really are better and wetter under the sea. 

These are our top 3 favorite sea queer-tures that can all be found in the Coral Triangle – where we run our sailing trips.

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How to Speak Every Love Language: Travel Edition

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.

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Pinisi Ships and the Audacious Pursuit of Mastery

At Everything to Sea, our fleet of artisanal wooden yachts is not just any on the water. These iconic ships are deeply rooted in local heritage and demonstrate true mastery of craft.

The indigenous people of the Indonesian island known as Sulawesi have been building wooden vessels called pinisi ships for centuries. However, the pinisi is much more to the local communities than simply a vessel for trading goods. It’s at the very core of their social, economic, and cultural framework.​​

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Everything To Sea’s Staff Pick: Kecak Dance

Everything To Sea runs trips in the Flores Sea of the Indonesian Archipelago – not too far from Bali. In this blog post, we want to put a spotlight on the island of Bali – a place our travelers often want to explore either before or after the cruise. Known as The Island of the Gods, Bali is abundant with cultural activities and traditions. Our Support Specialist Ron Roeslan wrote this piece about “Kecak” – a ritual that features a hundred half-naked men. Enjoy!

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My Adventurous Trek to Mt Batur Volcano to Watch the Sunrise

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.

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