Clothing optional for the Big Nude Cruise
Imagine a vacation where you get to pack light cause you won't need any clothes.
Well if that sounds like the vacation for you, then the Big Nude Boat's 10-day naked Caribbean cruise is the place to be.
The Big Nude Boat cruise is an 893ft-long Carnival Victory, big enough to hold up to 2,800 guests on a total of 13 decks.
The journey starts and ends at Miami, with stops at Half Moon Cay, Amber Cove, Curacao, Bonaire and Aruba.
The cruise is being organised by Bare Necessities which first set sail in 1991 with 36 passengers on their first bare-optional boat.
The company has been working to break down the barriers against social nudity and make clothing-optional vacationing a viable and acceptable option for all.
"We support the belief that sexuality is not a state of undress, but rather, a state of mind. Social nudity is not a sexual activity, and we strive to dispel the misconception that it is anything but natural and beautiful. We have made strides in the acceptance of nude vacationing and our wide range of cruise charters are a testament to our success," the company said on its website.
There are some rules on the cruise.
All passengers must be dressed any time the ship is in port or the Captain announces that clothing is required, all passengers must be dressed for meals in the dining room and if they choose to attend the Captain’s Cocktail Party and you are not allowed to sit nude on the ship furnishings. Towels will be provided throughout the ship.
The cruise will sail from February 2–12, 2018.