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seaswimmer2007 #51

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:04/11/2011 08:32:58Copy HTML

Had a look at the map, that would appear correct  Stocks Cross, the other one I suggested is  back towards Freshwater about 20 mtrs past he IOW Pearl Centre its called Chilten Chine,  were 41N and 82W intersect  on the map. 
gsj #52

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:05/19/2011 04:49:12Copy HTML

Good day today. Wore J Snyder KINI at Heights swimming pool this morning then considerably less at Rocken End naturist beach in afternoon. Sea still very chilly - some brave souls managed a quick dip.
ukessexbob #53

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:05/28/2011 07:31:05Copy HTML

Why wear anything on a naturist beach? Bit pointless.
seaswimmer2007 #54

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:06/05/2011 06:15:34Copy HTML

Is Rocken end Blackgang beach at the far end ???
gsj #55

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:06/06/2011 04:51:08Copy HTML

I guess yes. I access from the NT car park at the western end of Sandrock Road
seaswimmer2007 #56

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:06/11/2011 06:25:30Copy HTML

Yes I know were you mean, thats normaly known as Blackgang Beach, I wonderd if the far end towards Whale  Chale, had a different name.
 I have not been down there for a few years, mostly due to the difficult climb down and up again, makeing it not worth it just for a hour or so.
I would also advise swimming there with caution, very strong  tide.

Any other beach visits? are you still here?

I  swam in C&A Thong and a half backed Kiniki Tanga at Forelands Beach Bembridge this week, very quite, only a few locals in the beach huts, no hassel but a bit of a breeze, so didnt stay long.
(should have taken the windbreak)
gsj #57

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:06/11/2011 09:18:03Copy HTML

There are steps cut in the ground with a rope "hand rail" that makes access quite simple. Towards the beach some posts painted white show the way.  Maybe worth paying another  visit?

Have you tried the beach at Yaverland?

What was the water temperature like at Bembridge?
richvpl #58

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:06/11/2011 12:28:23Copy HTML

I was hopeing to get to beach toiday, but weather is not so good... certainly not worth the ferry crossing :( Might venture to Taddiford Gap on mailand if the sun comes out???
ukessexbob #59

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:06/12/2011 09:36:16Copy HTML

Guys, why all the fuss about thonging on the IOW? Go to any beach, there's nothing to stop you wearing your thong on any of them. The idea is to not 'hide away' on a quiet beach, but just wear thong swimwear anywhere swimwear is worn to get it become 'acceptable'. And if you're heading towards Blackgang, go naturist, it's even better than a thong!
seaswimmer2007 #60

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:06/14/2011 06:05:41Copy HTML

gsj,

         yes I have been to Yaverland, I was a regular once, easy access and is good for swimming at both low and high tides, the only down side is it is populay with Dog walkers that cannot control there Dogs.
The sea at  Forelands Beach Bembridge was fine, it  is always walmer than West Wight Beaches, well worth another visit even if its just fore a swim.
gsj. I have sent you personal e mail.

Nothing exclusive about thonging on IOW beaches, its just that I live there and its walmer than Scarbourgh!
gsj #61

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:06/14/2011 06:45:39Copy HTML

Bob - re beaches you are right of course - no arguement & I agree.  I just suppose not everyone is fired with missionary zeal!

Re naturism this board is of course "The place for people who wear a thong or a g-string at the beach"
ukessexbob #62

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:06/14/2011 06:53:52Copy HTML

Yea
I know that, but is a bit daft wearing a thong on a nude beach!!!!

richvpl #63

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:06/28/2011 11:42:35Copy HTML

Personally ukessexbob, I like to wear skimpy bikinis or thongs to quite beaches and 'my idea' is to do just that. I have no problem with nudists or even being nude, but I very much prefer to wear a thong or bikini. Admitdedly if thongs were common place on busy beaches I would do that, but I am not going to wear a thong on a busy UK beach any time soon!

If you want to be nude, then as long as you are discrete there is no law about being nude on any UK beach. Of course you may have a job explaining this to a judge if you blatantly lay out naked on a busy town beach. As I say, there is no UK law about being naked... you can only get done for causing a breach of the peace if you cause offence to others.
gsj #64

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:06/28/2011 04:36:59Copy HTML

Richvpl - I certainly applaud your view on wearing skimpy gear to the beach. I may differ in wearing not a lot to a busy beach as well. I wore my J Snyder KINI at the Heights again last week - frankly for me that is the norm I have now established. It was far to cold wet & windy for any beach activity - sadly.
gsj #65

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:07/21/2011 10:35:59Copy HTML

swam three times this last week on Shanklin beach just in a T back g string. Was at south end of beach - down Appley steps & turn right. Only the occasional dog walker & absolutely no problem. Water temp about 17.5 c

In answer to an earlier query, yes you can walk to Luccombe Chine beach along the shore - & indeed return - at LW
seaswimmer2007 #66

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:07/21/2011 03:41:46Copy HTML

How about  meeting for a swim at Shanklyn ??
gsj #67

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:08/25/2011 08:45:24Copy HTML

Managed another couple of near stripped off swims at Shanklin this last week. Only problem was a dog that came over & spin dried itself. Worth mentioning short notice spur of the moment decisions depending on weather (sun essential) & other commitments
gsj #68

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:09/22/2011 05:55:19Copy HTML

Probably last swim & beach session for the year last week - weather getting too Autumnal. Wore Snyder Kini as usual.
thong1 #69

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:01/26/2012 11:48:03Copy HTML

 With other commitments and the indifferent weather of recent summers, I haven't got around to thonging locally for a couple of years, hence my being quiet on this topic. Where's a good place on the Isle of Wight, preferably not too far from Ryde?
seaswimmer2007 #70

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:01/28/2012 09:35:53Copy HTML

I  personaly would not recomend Ryde, any were between Blackgang and Compton Bay, no problems at all.
 But getting back to somewere  near to Ryde, I have thonged at Forelands Beach Bembridge and Seaview, but that was wearing a Kiniki St Tropez, if you intend to wear a G string style I would suggest Yaverland  at Sandown ,near the Nudest section is proberly the nearest or there is a small quite beach at Wotton, but the  walk out to have a swim can be a bit mudy.
Let me know if you need more details.
gsj #71

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:01/29/2012 11:10:23Copy HTML

Adding to the above, depending on day & time etc there is always a quiet patch just about anywhere where you can strip off.  I regularly swim in a g-string at Shanklin - weather dependent - & find mid week mid morning the southern end of the beach is virtually deserted. Just a question now of warmer weather returning!
thong1 #72

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:01/29/2012 02:36:15Copy HTML

 Thanks. I generally prefer a G string on the beach, so some of the latter places you mention seem appropriate. I'm not that familiar with Wight geography, so any details would be welcome.
gsj #73

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:05/16/2012 04:22:41Copy HTML

Wore my Gemali Echo g-string at Rocken End this morning - almost warm when out of the NW breeze. Only dipped big toe in the water. Stayed about three hours - first time in the sun this year

Just taken delivery  of a Gemaly Alpha. Gemali quality looks very good, service is first class. Certainly no unneccessary cover!
seaswimmer2007 #74

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:05/17/2012 05:33:48Copy HTML

Didnt realise it was that warm yesterday, is Rocken End the far end towards Lucombe ? or the other end towards Lake? might try a visit the weekend weather permitting, of course.
whiley2001 #75

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:05/17/2012 12:33:25Copy HTML

 Portsmouth thonger here - maybe I can join you over there sometime!
gsj #76

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:05/17/2012 07:20:50Copy HTML

Rocken End  is SW of St Catherines, SE of Blackgang. Wore the Alpha at hotel pool this morning
seaswimmer2007 #77

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:05/17/2012 11:19:39Copy HTML

Sorry, forgot that is the correct name for Blackgang, yes it is shelterd down there, what is access like, with the recient rain ? or did you walk around from the Lighthouse?
Reply to Pompy thonger, whats the situation at Eastney ?
whiley2001 #78

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:05/18/2012 08:24:14Copy HTML

 Eastney is still open for business as ususal as far as I am aware - well it was in March when I went down -not been since - too cold lol
thong1 #79

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:05/19/2012 10:28:50Copy HTML

 As far as I know Eastney is still open as normal - no more news of Qinetiq's selling it off. Not that the weather has been remotely suitable for thonging on the beach so far this year.
seaswimmer2007 #80

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:05/21/2012 06:01:45Copy HTML

Thanks for the update, it is   possibly we might have some nice weather this week, possibly ??
whiley2001 #81

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:05/21/2012 02:17:25Copy HTML

 lol maybe - thongs at the ready!
gsj #82

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:08/01/2012 04:03:30Copy HTML

In Shanklin last week - water warm & weather sunny. Swam three times south end of beach in Gemali G string. Few peolple around & as ever just got on with it, and as ever no issue at all
gsj #83

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:08/30/2012 11:52:45Copy HTML

Another five trips to the beach at Shanklin this last week. Water temp very acceptable! Wore an old Interparta G string exclusively.  Frankly that is now my established norm for beach wear.

As ever no one took a blind bit of notice - mainly dog walkers.
jabba02 #84

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:11/03/2012 10:54:19Copy HTML

May get to IOW in 2013
gsj #85

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:07/01/2013 04:27:59Copy HTML

Summer at last! Wore my Intersparta Vai on Shanklin beach one day last week, & rather less at Rocken End the previous day. Water tyemperature just about acceptable for a dip
ukessexbob #86

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:07/01/2013 04:31:44Copy HTML

 Any reaction to that at all
gsj #87

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:07/01/2013 04:44:17Copy HTML

..................to what I wore - nothing as ever
..................to sea temp - just a quick dip
ukessexbob #88

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:07/01/2013 05:20:26Copy HTML

 Great. I've found thongs have very little adverse comment. In fact,  I've always got positive ones
gsj #89

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:07/18/2013 04:05:41Copy HTML

Sea temp off Shanklin beach now 20-21c. Swam for a good half hour each day this last week just in the G string followed by a good 1/2  mile each way walk down the beach to dry off.

In philosophical mode I just cannot see the point of wearing any more than the minimum on the beach with the current Mediterranean conditions. As for beach combing similarly attired I had no problem what so ever. I neither avoided nor approached others strolling the beach, just passing the time of day from time to time.  I saw one accompanied lady sunbathing topless with her bottoms rolled up. But oh dear - all those baggy shorts!
seaswimmer2007 #90

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:07/19/2013 06:47:32Copy HTML

 My argument exactely, were is  the practical sence in wearing too much, and they take so long to dry. Been down to Sheppards Chine, swam in a Skinz T back,  (prefer a triangle back) water a bit cold, and like you had a fair walk about after, not that busy a couple of single Naturists, a few people fishing and a few people in costumes.No comments or second looks, at all.Incedently access to Whale Chine has been compleatly sealed off, due to cliff falls.Will try a swim at Shanklyn over the weekend.
gsj #91

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:07/28/2013 02:08:25Copy HTML

Swam &  sunbathed three times this last week - same place. Wore my Gemali g string with small triangle back. Water temp never been better!
thong1 #92

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:08/13/2013 07:41:17Copy HTML

 Finally tried out West Wittering with the GF last weekend - I enjoyed myself trying out my new  Skinzwear black Bravura clip thong. The beach was crowded, but I walked some distance along it without attracting comment., despite being the only thonger in sight. The water was nice - everything was just as it should be.
seaswimmer2007 #93

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:08/14/2013 05:41:16Copy HTML

I will have to try Shanklyn this weekend, for a early morning Thong swim, any other interested persons, Sat or Sun ?
gsj #94

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:08/16/2013 08:56:14Copy HTML

I suspect weather this weekend in Shanklin (I not Y) nothing special. I swam there earlier this week in minimal gear as ever. I usually stroll post swim along beach  to dry off, mingling with dog walkers etc passing time of day. Absolutely no issue.
seaswimmer2007 #95

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:08/16/2013 11:05:23Copy HTML

As I have the weekend off, I will give it a go, unless its raining hard, I think you suggest turning left as you come down Hope Hill to the Esplanade,  heading towards Lake Beach.  Is that correct ? I was thinking 7 am to 8.30`ish depending on the tide.And I agree its loverly to just walk along to dry off.
gsj #96

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:08/16/2013 11:17:06Copy HTML

.............- down Appley steps & turn right
seaswimmer2007 #97

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:08/16/2013 11:42:16Copy HTML

OK sorry, towards Lucumbe, do you suggest and recomend going past all the amusements and cafes etc,  and at the  very end  of the esplanade. do I  then carry on past the pub, I think its called the Fishermans cottage ? It must be fairly quite that far down, is it sand or shingle ?
seaswimmer2007 #98

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:08/16/2013 12:00:09Copy HTML

 OK just found Appley steeps on the map, that is at the far end, how far do you then suggest going ?
gsj #99

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:08/17/2013 10:46:07Copy HTML

just the usual criteria - dry sand to set up "camp", not too many pebbles to get to the sea etc
seaswimmer2007 #100

Re:Isle of Wight and nearby beaches - UK.

Date Posted:08/24/2013 08:14:40Copy HTML

Visited the beach west of Appley steps as suggested twice now, and I must say I can see the attaction, fairly quite, soft sand, the waters deep enough even at low tide. Today I swam in a Kiniki Troy thong and last week in a thong back Hom swim briefNice breese to dry of after swimming, but it might be a bit shadded  by the clifs when tanning.But a  visit, is recomended.
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