What a swinger sex cruise is really like

While some people may take a cruise to relax and unwind from their hectic lives, there's a new ship about to set sail which offers a whirlwind of pleasure at sea.

 

The Desire Cruise sets sail from Venice, Italy in September and onboard open-minded couples can indulge in a range of sensual activities, including playrooms, clothing-optional pool areas and erotically-themed party nights.

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There's also private jacuzzi lounges, couples workshops and everything gourmet food service straight to your room so there's no need to ever leave.

The Desire Cruise sets sail from Venice in Italy in September. Photo: Desire Venice Cruise


And while the cruise, which can hold up to 350 couples at a time, may be a safe haven to fill out you deepest fantasies, there are of course a list of house rules to adhere to while on the voyage.

Rules state that no photos should be taken of other guests, to protect their identity onboard the ship.

Guests must also wear appropriate clothing "in all restaurants & other designated areas that are not clearly marked as clothing optional".

The cruise, which is run by a Mexican company, also reveals its golden rule: "no means no”.

Speaking to the New York Post, product developer Mario Cruz, revealed what really happens on an average night onboard the cruise.

“One game we have is a contest to see which couple can get into the most sexual positions within a one-minute time limit,” he said.

Guests can enjoy a range of sexual activities onboard. Photo: Getty

“Then, for fun, we might change it up and have two women showing us the various positions.”

Mr Cruz says he brings his wife onboard the ship and he never passes judgement on anything he might come across.

“I have seen things that I never thought I would see — not even in a movie,” he said.

He also revealed that the Playrooms are the only public areas couples are allowed to have sex onboard and while they can get up close and personal in the clothing-optional pool, sex isn't allowed there.

Rooms range in price from $3,000 to $10,000 and the five most expensive suites onboard are already sold out for the September voyage.

The ship travels from Venice to Bologna and then on to Split and Dubrovnik and Zadar in Croatia before moving on to Koper in Slovenia and finishing up back in Venice.

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