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Nudist Cruise Announces Saint Lucia Stopover


Saint Lucia has been named as one of the Caribbean Islands that an 11-day nudist cruise will visit in 2025.

Dubbed the Big Nude Boat, the Norwegian Pearl liner is scheduled to dock in Saint Lucia on Monday, February 10, 2025, at 8:00 a.m. and depart at 5:00 p.m.

Cruise passengers are required to dress appropriately during the announced stopovers in Saint Lucia, Dominica, Puerto Rico, Sint Maarten, and Martinique.

“When the ship is docked alongside in port, all passengers must be dressed throughout the entire vessel, including balconies, until the ship leaves port and an announcement is made that nudity is again permissible,” Bare Necessities Tour & Travel advised on its website.

The agency also issued a prohibition against nude displays in front of other ships in port, including on an individual’s balcony or while port authorities are on board the vessel for clearance.

In addition, it warned that no photographs, videos, or electronic images of any person, whether clothed or nude,  may be taken without that individual’s express consent.

Bare Necessities said it complies with the cruise line’s regulations, including the right to dismiss persons from the cruise for abusing alcohol and/or drugs, not obeying all safety rules, including decorum and attire, and not complying with the laws of the country being visited.


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  1. Nothing is a surprise anymore. Before it used to be if it happens, now it is when it happens

  2. I am booking my cruise with the BIG NUDE BOAT…Let all prudes choke…their minds are so corrupt that the sight of nakedness frightens them…It would be interesting to see what the prudes get up too when eyes are not watching..I bet you some of them will be in Castries in the hope of getting a glimpse of skin on display and to get an eye-full…..

  3. Some adults just don’t know how to read and comprehend. Gosh. Some of you just read the headline and got all worked up. The passengers will not be nude in St lucia. Go back and read the article. Fire burn babylon for what??? Tonair!!!

  4. Y’all are so ignorant, backwards, unlearned, illiterate….. I can continue. Y’all need to read to understand and not just jump into conclusions based on some selective comprehension. Read paragraph three. All of y’all except Resident need remedial schooling.


  6. @HYPOCRISY is right – every year gross displays in St Lucia! Anyway, why on earth would people want to go around nude in public for (on the ship)? Very bizarre.

  7. We can read and understand. It is just that we should not allow such to enter our is. We already allowed witches conference and LGBTQRXYZ and all other strange events and cruises to enter and now this. Regardless of all the protocols put in place for while in port, human nature has shown us that some nitwit will always want to break protocol. I guess like some others have said we are used to it locally so what’s the big deal.

  8. Lucians are quick to judge, every year they jump carnival almost nude ON THE PUBLIC STREETS no problem. If i am comfortable with my body and want to be nude i see no reason i cant take a cruse with like minded people, its not an orgy. its not as if the people will be walking around town naked you have a problem dont look at the ship.

  9. Doesn’t matter where they are to be nude. In the ship, out at sea, wherever, IT IS SALOPTAY!!!

  10. The vendor ladies need stay home this day. Where’s a naked person holding their money?

  11. They’ll be more nudity at Vaval than when this ship is in port.
    Some of us can’t read properly actually alot of us.


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