11-Day ‘Bare-Adise’ Nude Cruise Set to Sail From Miami in 2025

The voyage will commence on Feb. 3, 2025 and end on Feb. 14, 2025

An 11-day “bare-adise” nude cruise is set to sail from Miami in 2025.

The travel company, Bare Necessities, is collaborating with cruise company Norwegian Cruise Line to launch an 11-day cruise that will travel from Miami to the Caribbean, CNN reported.

Per the Bare Necessities website, the voyage — which is named ‘Big Nude Boat 2025’ and described as “an 11-Day adventure back to Bare-adise!” — will commence on Feb. 3, 2025 and end on Feb. 14, 2025.

“Bare Necessities’ newest nude cruise is a private island double-dip with a brand new travel partner!,” information on the cruise reads. “We’ll begin our Big Nude Boat 2025 on Norwegian Pearl with an exclusive visit to an idyllic private island in The Bahamas, and cap off the cruise adventure with another exclusive stop on the way back.”

“Two opportunities to enjoy a new slice of Bare-adise, coupled with a beautiful selection of Eastern Caribbean island stops, will make this a can’t miss Big Nude Boat experience,” the website added.

The itinerary for the cruise includes multiple “nude day[s] at sea” and as well as the opportunity to explore Norwegian Cruise Line’s private island, where guests will have the chance to snorkel with sea turtles, kayak or go ziplining.

They also have the option of renting a private villa at the Silver Cove or swimming with the pigs of Treasure Island — both of which are located on the private island.

While there will be a large buffet area for nude outdoor dining, passengers will have to wear clothing in the dining rooms inside the ship. They also must place a towel down before sitting, per Bare Necessities’ “rule on nudist etiquette.”

“Fondling or inappropriate touching of personal body parts” is strictly prohibited while “lingerie, fetish-wear, and excessive genital jewelry” are also not allowed, according to the ‘Decorum Rules’ listed on the website.

Other stops the Norwegian Pearl, which can accommodate up to 2,300 passengers, will take include Dominica, St. Lucia, St. Maarten, San Juan and Martinique.