Let’s just say that the whole concept of a nude cruise isn’t exactly new.
The idea – and the execution – has been around for years thanks to Bare Necessities, a company specializing in clothing-optional events.
So don’t be surprised when the Carnival Legend sets sail on Feb. 23, as a ship dubbed the Big Nude Boat. It’s only … natural.
In fact, it’s been so popular that this one is sold out, and next year’s trip aboard the Legend, setting sail from Tampa on Feb. 14, 2021, will be the 75th nude cruise put together by Bare Necessities.
Just don’t let your mind wander that this is some sort of Roman bacchanalia.
“We have a list of decorum and attire requirements for our cruises that are sent out with the cruise reservation,” Bare Necessities spokesperson Rosie Ochoa told cruiseradio.net. “They are also listed on our website and are repeated again once on board. This is like our Ten Commandments of cruising. The central focus is R-E-S-P-E-C-T. Respecting confidentiality, personal space, the ship, the ship’s staff, the clothing requirements — yes, we have to be clothed sometimes — and respecting yourself.”
Source: Travel Pulse
Original publication 9 February, 2020
Posted on NatCorn 12th March 2020
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