Surfer Anastasia Ashley Is Marvelous in Green Cut-Out Swimsuit in Jamaica

The onetime SI Swimsuit model shared footage from her recent trip on Instagram.
Anastasia Ashley

Anastasia Ashley.

Professional surfer and model Anastasia Ashley recently took a trip to Jamaica and shared a few highlights from her trip with her 1 million Instagram followers.

Ashley reflected on her favorite things from the Caribbean country, including the vibe, the beaches and the people. She provided a video clip of herself in a gorgeous green leaf-print swimsuit. The asymmetrical suit had one shoulder and cut-out details at the stomach and hips. Ashley stretched out on a dock with lush greenery in the background and danced around in flip-flops.

“My favorite things from my Jamaica trip!” the one-time SI Swimsuit model wrote in her caption. “Visiting the Blue lagoon in Portland. Eating the local food. The beaches like Boston beach and Frenchman’s cove. The overall good vibes of the locals and surf community in general! Thanks again @visitjamaica.”

The snippet also showed Ashley frolicking on the sand and in the surf wearing a leopard print one-piece. Additionally, the 36-year-old donned a bright red bikini as she held a surfboard in one hand and posed with friends.

“The V I B E 🙌🏽,” someone commented.

“Take me with you!!” another follower pleaded.

Ashley posed for photographer Adam Franzino for the 2014 SI Swimsuit Issue. See eight of her best photos from her Guana Island photo shoot here.

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