Naked Scuba Diving Is Trending

Believe it or not many divers have attempted naked scuba diving already.  Believe me, if they haven't,  the thought has crossed through their minds.

Yep, the idea of nude scuba diving seems to be catching on with a lot of divers and not just as the 100th dive tradition. Now, naturally this isn't for everyone (nothing is), but a great number of divers are enjoying the freedom of diving au-atural. In fact,  there are many numerous nude scuba diving organizations for those who like to be “free” while diving.

According to the blog post in australiatravelblog the sensation of diving in nature with noting on is thrilling and enjoyable.

In addition to the great sensation you get while scuba diving nude, you will also discover the safety things to consider. For example, a number of subtropical and tropical oceans are afflicted with sea lice which become caught under clothing. The concern is that sea lice bite and it is uncomfortable. However, sea lice tend not to stick to exposed skin, which implies people can scuba dive undressed without having to bother about these kinds of irritating animals. Keep at heart it is suggested body hair be clipped or even shaved right off.

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See Next page below for  more details about etiquette and a listing of areas that accept naked diving if it suits your taste.


 

 

Have the proper Etiquette … If you are going to do it … do it appropriately and with tact.  Aquaaddiction.com provides great advice about performing your 100th dive au-natural without creating a scene as well as tips for finning , oxygen consumption as well as extra safety precautions.. its worth a read. Click here to read it.

The following list of  diving area were listed  on a scubatoys.com blog post as places that allowed diving au-natural.   This list may need updating, but it is a starting place for your research about your new interest. 🙂

Bonaire
– Sorobon Beach Resort
Dominican Republic
– Hispaniola (Eden Bay Resort)
St. Maarten – Orient Beach French
Mexico
– Cozumel – San Francisco Beach
– Yucatan, Mayan Corridor – Playa Del Carman
– St. Barts
Bahamas
– Nassau (Breezes)
– Cat Island (Cutlass Bay)
Florida
– Key Largo (Jules Undersea Lodge)
Jamaica
– Runaway Beach (Breezes)
Honduras
– Half Moon Bay
– West End Bay
Antigua
– Hawksbill


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