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Old 31-12-2010, 10:30   #271
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air temp 35 water temp 50
welcome to sin diego
lol happy new year--may we all have smooooooth sailing this year.... and goood crew...
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in COLD weather all squat to pee..LOL
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Old 31-12-2010, 11:22   #272
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No naked sailing today...that's ice on salt water.
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Old 31-12-2010, 12:06   #273
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Noooooo
He wasnt suggesting or asking that I might replicate, just mentioned it in passing.

Dont worry, I can usually spot an agenda, but I dont think it was meant like that.

Yeah, right...HE'S A GUY!!!
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No naked sailing today...that's ice on salt water.
YIKES! That would definitely give you a case of shrinky dink!
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Old 02-01-2011, 16:38   #275
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Physics class 101

The colder it is the less to chafe.. That's why their smiling..

Now Where did I put my silk kilt?
You laugh...I just finished making the one I am wearing...and it is lined with satin...making your own clothes...easy to spoil yourself..
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Old 02-01-2011, 16:42   #276
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You laugh...I just finished making the one I am wearing...and it is lined with satin...making your own clothes...easy to spoil yourself..
i am sure that silk and satin liners are some of the reasons for the longevity and hardiness of the highland scots..LOL--or major major shrinkage factorization...ooops..didisaythatoutloud ...ssshhhhh


omg thy changed the eek one--i liked that funky face.LOL
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Wink Nice to remember...

Looking at the temperature creeping slowly up and the sun shining for some days now I remembered one old funny day and this old funny thread

Some ten or twelve years ago I didn't own a boat, so I was chartering in the Med as often as possible.

Once upon a time I left the Vassiliki on Levkas island, intending to sail to Kioni on Ithaka. We were six on boat, two guys and four girls. Very good looking girls I must admit
Just after leaving Vassiliki the wind died completely. Sails went down, girls went sunbathing on the deck (in their birthsuits), old good Yanmar propelled us slowly to the south. As there was not a sign of wind I decided to motor to somewhat closer Fiskardho on Cephalonia instead of Kioni. Sun was shining, the engine worked rather silently on low revs and in some time all four girls felt asleep. They had their beach towels under them, but no clothes within reach - up to Skipper's Standing Order: "No loose items on the deck under way!"
When we glided slowly into Fiskardho Bay one of the girls woke up and took a a quick glance around, but did nothing. Martha was first into any crazy situation, so she waited patiently. I only heard her stifled laugther for a moment.
After few minutes we were close to the pontoon and I put the helm hard on the side with the command: "Prepare to the mooring!".
My colleague went to the windlass and prepared the anchor. Girls jumped on their feets, looking around in disbelief. Martha was first to grab her beach towel and wear it in the same way as pareo. After the few moments all were on proper action stations: me on helm, Bart at the windlass, Anna and Sylvia on bathing platform with warps ready, Martha and Alicia on the sidedecks, at the cleats, ready to take up the slack on warps. The anchor went down and we reversed slowly to he pontoon. I thing Anna and Sylvia looked nice standing on the bathing platform. They were both models, each tall (about 6 ft), very slim and very graceful. Sylvia a blonde, with long hair, Anna with a mass of curling brown hair. Anna was the busty one. Really a pair of fantastic breasts
The pontoon was closer and closer, some people from other boats went out to take our lines. It was some two meters from the pontoon when Anna made a powerful throw, placing a coil of warp exactly near bollard and... displacing her beach towel It went straight to the water, leaving her completely naked at the front of all public on pontoon...
Sylvia was unable to throw a line, as she burst into laugh. But the laugh worked well for sending second beach towel into the water. Mooring the boat was not perfect maneuver this time, so I'm not so sure what was the reason for standing ovation we received when coming into Theodora's Cafe later the evening...
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Re: Naked Sailing - Truth or Wishful Thinking ?

LOL, Great story DoubleWhisky! I remember my early days on Galveston Bay as a young teenager fishing with my neighbor near Redfish Island. We would see many folks sailing nude and we watched waterballoon and water gun fights between nude crews on boats both sailing and anchored. It was like watching an old sea movie where sailing boats would manuever for broadsides in a naval battle. It looked like great fun. Little did I know that years later I would be one of those naked sailors. Now, we need to arrange some water gun fights this summer!

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Re: Naked Sailing - Truth or Wishful Thinking ?

Ugggh, anybody know where I can get my 64 year old birthday suit ironed? I wannta play too.
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...Sylvia a blonde, with long hair, Anna with a mass of curling brown hair. Anna was the busty one. Really a pair of fantastic breasts. ....
Great story. In spite of a body like a Greek god, I don't sail nekkid, so I stopped reading this thread awhile ago but it's still going with over 25,000 views. Here's for the new readers hoping to see those fantastic breasts:

Anna 00 Sylvia
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Old 10-03-2011, 10:41   #281
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Here's for the new readers hoping to see those fantastic breasts:

Anna 00 Sylvia
Pity - but I have no photos of THOSE breasts... Forgotten the camera this time. Pity, really...
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Re: Naked Sailing - Truth or Wishful Thinking ?

Things have been pretty quiet in here lately. Let's see, temp today in the mid 80's today. Sounds like a good opportunity to get naked and go sailing.
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I had forgotten about this thread, thanks for reviving it. Yeah, it's been real warm here too but the water is still a little cool. I'm sure our east and west coast sailors would say it's plenty warm enough in the low 70's F. Just bought a new (to me) Hunter 23.5 so I can spend a little more time out on the water and some overnights with the wife. My other boat is really only big enough for daysailing comfortably. We're looking forward to some nude sailing this year on our boat. See ya out there.

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Going sailing this weekend, a front is supposed to be coming through but temps are predicted in the mid 80's. We should be able to sail naturally! Woo Hoo!

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Going sailing this weekend, a front is supposed to be coming through but temps are predicted in the mid 80's. We should be able to sail naturally! Woo Hoo!

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It looks like we are going to get rain...what a drag!
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