Nude beaches and resorts have become more popular and mainstream. Have you ever thought about taking a clothing optional cruise to some exotic locale?
Nudity has been culturally accepted in Europe for decades, clothing optional beaches are the norm in Europe and the Caribbean. Au naturel has now gone global with nude cruises leaving from different ports around the world. Clients of nude cruises say the heck with avoiding the sun and looking pale as a ghost, why not live every day like its your last? Let’s face it not many people fit the supermodel or male athletic look, nude cruises cater to every age and body type. If you don’t like tan lines consider a clothing optional cruise for your next vacation.
The benefits of a clothing optional cruise are too numerous to mention:
No tan lines
No need to purchase expensive designer clothing
No one wears spanx
Fall in love with your body
A few rules to observe if you are thinking about a luxury nude cruise:
You will be expected to dress for dining
Normal cruise ship rules must be observed
Overt public sexual activity is prohibited unless you are on a swinger cruise
No photos or video equipment allowed
Towels should always be used for sitting in public areas
Next time you want to take a cruise check out the clothing optional packages offered on cruise ships and yachts.
10. Big Nude: $1,500 Per Person
Join 2,000 other nude passengers on board the Celebrity Constellation inaugurated May 12, 2002. This nude cruise has a 70 percent return rate regardless of the time of year. Big Nude has more than 23 years planning nude cruises to different destinations around the world. Take a trip to a sun drenched destination in the middle of winter onboard a luxury cruise ship.
Feb 6 – Feb 16, 2016
Ft. Lauderdale – CocoCay, Bahamas – Gustavia, St. Barts – Pointe a Pitre, Guadeloupe – Philipsburg, St. Maarten – Ft. Lauderdale, Fl
9. Castaways Travel: $2,000 Per Person
This company has 30 years of experience specializing in clothing optional vacations around the world. Tall ship sailing vessels range in length from 200 to 400 feet. Castaways Travel deal with adult only cruises to exotic destinations around the world. Cabins are usually small in tall ships excluding the captains quarters. Although this is a clothing optional ship a towel or clothing is required at ports and when dining.
Lower Caribbean voyage
St. Georges – Grenada and extend to Bequia – Mayreau – Palm Island – Cook Island – the Grenadines and other local stops. Itineraries are subject to change
8. Billy Jean Caribbean Sailing Vacation: 2 Guests $4,650 Per Week
You can reserve the owner operated charter yacht Billy Jean to tour the Caribbean if you prefer privacy with a husband and wife crew. Cruise the crystal clear blue water of the U.S. and the British Virgin Islands. Design your own trip, decide if you want to stroll along the beach or go snorkeling or diving. The owner of the yacht Curt and Victoria are also chefs who prepare international fusion dishes with a Caribbean twist. Small and intimate settings for couples who want the freedom to plan their vacation around their schedule.
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7. Salty Dog Sails: 1 or 2 Guests $5,500 Per Week
Charter the IDYLLE yacht for a tour of the Mediterranean Sea. The yacht was named after the ships dog “Raffaello” who passed away in 2001. If you like sailing as opposed to the large cruise line ships this may be the vacation for yourself and significant other.
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6. Luxury Greek Naturist Cruise: Master Aft Cabin $7,480
For couples who prefer privacy this is the perfect 5 star getaway. Travel around the Greek Isles in style, there is a maximum number of only three couples allowed onboard this motor yacht. The small number of passengers makes for an intimate vacation among friends who are comfortable with their bodies.
7 nights Ionian cruise Lefkas Marina – Athena Bay – Port Leone – Kastos – Sivota
5. The Grand Tour: Owner’s Suite $10,000 Per Person
Travel in old world luxury while suntanning on the deck with no clothes. The Grand Tour is the only five masted sailing ship in the world. A truly unique sight to see when the sails are raised. Travel from Rome to Venice stopping at six countries along the way.
June 13 – 27, 2015
Rome, Italy – Amalfi, Italy – Katakolon, Greece – Corfu, Greece – Sarande, Albania – Brindisi, Italy – Kotor, Montenegro – Split, Croatia – Zadar, Croatia -Rab, Croatia – Piran, Slovenia – Venice, Italy
4. The Grand Tour II: $10,130 Per Person
Take a cruise on this five sail luxury ship and travel to nude friendly ports. Booking the owners suite on the clipper deck is ideal for the ultimate in luxury vacationing. Unfortunately, if you were planning on booking the tour for 2015, it may be a bit late since the tour sold out in the span of one week. If you’re lucky enough to get a spot on this cruise, you will experience the epitome of nude cruising with superb services and amenities.
June 27 – July 11, 2015
Venice, Italy – Piran, Slovenia – Rab, Croatia – Zadar, Croatia – Split, Croatia – Kotor, Montenegro – Brindisi, Italy – Sarande, Albania – Corfu, Greece – Katakolon, Greece – Lipari, Italy – Amalfi, Italy – Rome
3. Carnaval de Caribe: Penthouse Suite $8,997 Per Person
Get out of the freezing cold and book a cruise in the caribbean on the Celebrity Constellation. Sail the caribbean sea sampling local cuisine of the islands. With Wi-Fi on the ship, you can stay connected wherever you are on the ship. The suites have also been recently upgraded to include their own private verandas in case you want a little bit of alone time with your special loved one.
February 6 -16, 2016
Ft. Lauderdale – At Sea – Pointe a Pitre, Guadeloupe – San Juan, Puerto Rico – Samana, Dominican Republic – Grand Turk, Turk & Caicos – At Sea – CocoCay, Bahamas – Ft. Lauderdale
2. Celebrity Century Mexican Cruise: Penthouse Suite $10,450 Per Person
This 8 day/7 night itinerary departs from L.A. and sails down the west coast. The penthouse suite is 1,101 sq. ft and the veranda is 118 sq. ft.. This luxury suite includes a separate bedroom and living room, the marble master bath also includes a whirlpool. This is a couples only cruise, any single person showing up at the port to board will not be admitted onto the ship, this ensures an equal number of men and women. No ogling single men allowed to disrupt the natural flow of everyone having a good time.
May 3- 10, 2014
Los Angeles – Puerto Vallarta – Cabo San Lucas – Ensenada – Los Angeles
1. Paul Gauguin: Owner’s Suite $18,687 Per Person
The Paul Gauguin was designed for visiting smaller ports that larger ships can’t reach. Spacious suites and staterooms with more than 70 percent having balconies. Onboard amenities include the watersports marina and three open seated dining venues. A spa is also included as part of the luxurious settings on this ship. The onboard atmosphere is informal with a Polynesian flair. The cruise staff serving the passengers are local Tahitians who also serve as entertainers.
May 31 – June 14, 2014
Luatoka – Sea Day – Vanuatu – Nes Caledonia – Luatoka
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