The following day was at sea so we still weren’t required to put on clothing unless we were eating in the restaurant. There is a 24 hour buffet also available and clothing is not required there. There were workshops and talks about nudism or other items like photography available. At night they ran movies on the big screen, there were “comedians”, and music in the form of live bands and Karaoke. There was something to do until at least 12:00 every night if you wanted.
The following day was in Amber Cove in the Dominican Republic. Still, there was no announcement about clothing being required on the ship. We were the only ship in this relatively private port so clothing was only required if you were getting off the ship. There was a pool and a zip line there at the dock and you could remove your clothes if you wanted to. We took an excursion to Zip-Line with Lunch and nude beach.
It was a long ride in a passenger truck down dirt roads. There were people just living their lives in simple roughly built houses along the way. It took 45 minutes to get to our destination. The zip-line had four segments, two that went over the ocean. The lunch was good with fish and jerk chicken – there was also free rum punch, beer, and soda. Afterwards, we got a brief dip in the water (Nude) and got on the truck to go back. We were tired after this adventure but it was unforgettable.