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The informal start of the Beach Ambassador program came in 1991, when South Florida Free Beaches established the naturist beach at Haulover Park. In 1997, then District 105 Florida State Representative Sally Heyman proposed the program be formalized. At that time the Ambassadors adopted the distinctive turquoise safari hats with an orange band.

Today, the Beach Ambassador Program is part of B.E.A.C.H.E.S. Program Partnership agreement. Ambassadors receive training from police in citizen crime watch, and function additionally as a naturist beach concierge service.

Since then, the program has been copied at several naturist beaches in the USA.
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 Beach Ambassador training  The next training sessions are scheduled for Saturday, April 8, July 8, and October 14, 2017 on Haulover Beach in Miami.

Get details and sign up  |  Contact Ken with questions

• Read the Beach Ambassador manual
A Day in the Life of a Beach Ambassador is an article that describes what it's like to be part of this wonderful and essential corps of volunteers. It appeared originally in the winter 2012 issue of Nude & Natural (N) Magazine, published by The Naturist Society.

• View Ambassador training session photos:

    ◯ October 2010
    ◯ May 2011