Wifey B: Ok, sailing I see some problems doing it. Injuries in places you don't want them. Now, we're powerboaters and use to topless in South Florida
so think nothing about topless and we do like to lay out on the bridge naked. My gf's and I all have avoided tan lines as much as possible. Hubby more careful about going naked as protrusion could get injured.
For us it's just natural and like things at home really. When privacy, clothes often off. When less privacy, topless. But it's not just a boat thing, it's a beach thing too.
And you dudes are right about the pleasure of sunscreening. Definitely shouldn't be a DIY thing.
We sort of have pool ratings at home based on who will be there. Same as the movie
ratings and even have little markers for regulars to look at. X, R, PG, and G. We do respect guests and their comfort levels. Family
and friends check the rating levels before removing anything.