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June 2016


The couples-only, clothing-optional cruise offers a 'Sensual experience' with playrooms and themed nights and ot's set to sail aboard a newly-refurbished ship.

  • Mexican company rolls out adult-themed concept to sea on Azamara Quest
  • Ship sails along the Adriatic Sea from September 26 to October 3, 2017
  • There will be private playrooms and plenty of adult-oriented entertainment
  • Original Group has hired the luxury ship for a one-off, chartered sail 



Private playrooms, clothing-optional pool areas and a chance to mingle with open-minded couples will set temperatures rising on a new adult-themed cruise.

The Azamara Quest has been hired out for a couples-only, clothing-optional trip, which will offer a naughty take on luxury cruising. 

Original Group, which specialises in adult hospitality and created Desire Resorts, is taking its adult-themed concept to sea with its first-ever Desire Cruise, aboard the newly-refurbished luxury liner.

The ship Azamara Quest has been specially chartered by the organisers of this special themed one-off chartered cruise.

The ship will set sail along the Adriatic Sea from September 26 to October 3, 2017, departing and culminating in Venice, Italy, and stopping in several ports in Croatia and Slovenia. 

Passengers will be able to enjoy a luxurious programme with exclusive amenities including clothing-optional areas, private playrooms, adult-orientated entertainment, provocative theme nights, culinary experiences and sensual staterooms.

Rodrigo de la Peña, CEO of Original Group said: 'We have carefully selected this amazing ship and this exotic route to enable us to provide our passengers the opportunity to live a high-end, sensual yet spicy experience in a luxurious and secure environment, where they will receive top quality service and visit paradisiac sites.'

'We're thrilled to bring to the sea our more than 30 years of experience in creating the perfect sensual atmosphere for adults, and we have no doubt that the Desire Cruise experience will be life-changing for our passengers and will become the sensual way to get away,' de la Peña added. 

The Desire Collection is known for its provocative entertainment programme, designed especially for couples, with temperature-rising effects. The programme includes spicy signature theme nights, couples workshops, pool parties and icebreakers.

The trip will also offer exclusive, designated spaces that stay true to the collection's concept, like clothing-optional pool areas and signature playrooms. These popular hotspots are designed for guests to mix and mingle with other open-minded couples.

Desire Cruises offers a choice of six distinctive dining options, including room service. Whether passengers enjoy haute cuisine or home cooking, the ship offers a variety of menu choices.



Bon viveurs worried about spoiling their shirts at supper will be able strip off and feast in the nude when London’s first naked restaurant opens this summer.

The Bunyadi, which now has a waiting list of more than 27,000, will be open for three months from June 2016. The website urges prospective diners to sign up in order to be notified when tickets go on sale: "First come first served basis".


Diners will be encouraged to disrobe and  “experience true liberation” while tucking into a tasting menu. On arrival, customers will be escorted to a changing room, asked to place their clothes and belongings in lockers and given a light gown. It is then up to them whether to remove the final item of clothing at the table. Tables will be partly obscured by bamboo screens, creating a semblance of privacy.  Large napkins will presumably be provided to prevent unfortunate burns.

"Minimally clothed" serving staff will wait on tables, offering a menu which will include grilled meats as well as vegan options, all cooked on a wood fire and served on handmade clay crockery.

According to the masterminds behind the restaurant, the “Pangaea-like” enterprise seeks to free guests from the “trappings of the industrialised-world”. Mobile phones and photographs will be banned. The Bunyadi - a Hindi term meaning 'fundamental', 'base' or 'natural' - is the latest creation from Lollipop, the company behind Shoreditch's Breaking Bad cocktail bar, ABQ London.

Founder Seb Lyall said:  “I think it will appeal to vegans and naturists from all over the UK. It won’t be a first date venue but certainly second dates and dinner with friends.” The venue in central London - its specific location is so far undisclosed - has a capacity of forty-two and dinner will cost around £60 per person.

Mr Lyall added: “We believe people should get the chance to enjoy and experience a night out without any impurities: no chemicals, no artificial colours, no electricity, no gas, no phone - and even no clothes.

“We have worked very hard to design a space where everything patrons interact with is bare and naked. The use of natural bamboo partitions and candlelight has enabled to us to make the restaurant discreet, whilst adhering to the ethos behind it. No doubt, this has been the most challenging project for us yet, which makes us very excited about it.”

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