Independence from clothing and feeling the warm sunshine on our “buns”. Also, no tan lines!

You’d be amazed at the amount of other boaters we pass on the water during
the warm summer months who are also nude. So, why not get together?
Q: Where would we go?
A: Just about anyplace. Puget Sound has tons of semi-isolated coves and beaches.
Particularly on the Hood Canal side. Or we could just cruise together in the buff
to a non nude destination. Let’s share our thoughts?
Isolated Spot on the Hood Canal
Q: Is this legal? I mean – What if somebody sees us?
A: Obviously, great taste and discretion are extremely important. We consistently cover up
when other boats are close by us or when entering a harbor or marina. In the
five years we have been sailing bare, we’ve never been prevented or even warned
by anyone.
Q: How is your organization structured? What are the dues and fees?
A: At the moment, we are quite loose – and largely only need to assess the amount of
interest in “bare-boating” among other people in the local boating community.
There aren’t any fees, scheduled meetings or plans, though. Those things may develop
if our group grows in size.
Q: Is there a national organization?
A: Yes, It Is Called the “Nautical Naturists” and there are sixteen different
“flotillas” across the U.S. and Canada. They share ideas, information,
experiences, and offer links to related organizations and services, such as
naturist travel and other naturist groups. They are even designing a “burgee” for
members to show if they wish to identify themselves as members of this ‘elite
Q: Do I need to own a boat?
A: Either that or be invited by someone who owns one as a guest or crew member.
Banishing Unsightly Tan Lines
Q: So – Who are you guys and how did you get into this?
A: Actually, we’re probably a lot like you. We’re , professional
couple, married over 25 years who love boating. We have consistently been pretty
uninhibited as it pertains to nudity and love seeing the nude beaches on the
West Coast and in Hawaii. We’ve responsible jobs and families and would never
do anything to undermine somebody else’s solitude or embarass them.
Q: What If I don’t know just how to snorkel?
Our staff as well as the guides and charters are all top notch professionals in
teaching you what you will need to understand about snorkeling and the best way to stay safe in
the water. Our private charters such as the Snorkeling fishing combo and the
Dolphin viewing snorkeling trip have all been set up to choose the fresh snorkeler
to waters the he or she is going to see to be safer feeling. We call it the “Kiddie
Pool”. A great way to start off the little ones.
Q: Will I have the ability to swim with the wild dolphins?
Currently it really is illegal to swim with Wild Coastal Bottle nosed dolphins here in
Key West. The concern is that the mammals may become more and more friendly with
people and leave them at risk for possible harm from approaching boats. It is
the policy here at Dream Catcher Charters to assume a role not only to help our
clients interact with wild dolphins as closely as possible, but to ensure that
the daily routine of the dolphins not be disturbed either.
Q: Imagine if I cannot swim?
Swimming is not a requirement for our excursions. We have special equipment on our
boats to ensure that even a non-swimmer can have a great time in the waters here
in Key West. Exceptional attention is what these excursions are all about. Floatation
Coats and noodles are supplied on our trips for your comfort and security.
What should bring?
Hat, towel, sunblock and polarized glasses. Oh, and do not forget to bring a
camera for the tricks the dolphins like to do for our clients. We supply
sodas and bottled water for your refreshment. Per person dolphin watching trips
Comprise a fruit bite too. Underwater cameras can be bought at the marina
of your departure. Specific dietary needs are your duty. No glass
bottles please.
Is there an age requirement?
Kids of all ages can attend; whether you’re 1 or 101 it doesn’t matter.
Everyone is welcomed to come on our trips to enjoy the Key West waters and what
lies beneath.
Q: Can I bring my pet?
Individual captains have different rules regarding pets on boats. We desire
everyone to be comfy. Per person trips WOn’t offer pet friendly
service. Nonetheless, private charters can be found that do. Please call us for
Specific positioning.
Dangerous marine life?
So far in the history of tourism in the Florida Keys there has yet to be a instance
of attack by shark or any other toothy critter. There is nothing to worry about.
Trust us; if there were, well, we wouldn’t run the excursion because no one but
Steve Irwin (The Crocodile Hunter) would need to go out there.
Another problem with
family images can be nudity. As parents we
get used to seeing our young children without clothes. Few folks see any real
Issue with photographing our own kids at bath time or sprawling naked on a
rug, but the authorities may. There have been several instances where processing