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Tall Ships, Sea Travel, and Life

I’ll begin this little piece by saying that I’m an unabashed fan of tall ship sailing and travel. It’s something everyone should do, everyone should experience, and something that must be done over at least a week of your life. For me, it’s a personal experience because my first sail occurred at a time whenContinue reading “Tall Ships, Sea Travel, and Life”

Nautical News Feed now available

In the continuing effort to connect people with the oceans and activities on the water, Naked Pirate Travels is introducing its Nautical News Feed that provides a weekly synopsis of the top ocean and maritime stories in the U.S. and around the world. Topical categories will include maritime and commercial activity, government and military, boatingContinue reading “Nautical News Feed now available”

Restored sailboat ready for ocean cruising!

Are you ready to climb aboard your very own cruising sailboat and sail the ocean? A beautifully-restored 1976 Westsail 43 cruiser is available in Tucson, Arizona, and is ready for its next owner. With 1200 square feet of tall rigging, a passenger capacity of eight people and sleeping space for five, this sailboat has receivedContinue reading “Restored sailboat ready for ocean cruising!”

Expanding Our Vision

Naked Pirate Travels unveils the latest iteration of its vision and mission statements — bringing to the fore the company’s plans to conduct truly immersive, interactive, and engaging sailing adventures around the world. In addition, we are bringing to the fore our efforts to integrate ocean science and conservation efforts into our sailing adventures, whichContinue reading “Expanding Our Vision”

Business Activism for the Ocean

Since the very beginning of Naked Pirate Travels, there has been a driving commitment to do our part to create a healthier and safer world through our commitment to the ocean. A major portion of this effort will be a continuous focus on raising awareness and funding for several non-profits that conduct ocean conservation, research,Continue reading “Business Activism for the Ocean”