It is no secret that Croatia’s Dalmatian coast is one jewel travelers simply must uncover, at least once in a lifetime any way. But, a company called eWaterways is setting sail to uncover something else, their guests. Beginning in August 2011, the company will offer naturist cruises for those who do not mind letting it all hang out. For those who have frequented the Adriatic, there is probably no better place on Earth to do just that. Croatia’s Adriatic waters are an unbelievable liquid paradise.
One of the most respected cruise companies of the type, eWaterways claims they are the first to offer all nude cruising in the Adriatic. Whether or not that is fact seems unimportant, what does seem interesting are the places the £500 holiday package will reveal. For one, Rab, often called “the island of love” seems to be a marque and all too appropriate destination. The naturalist atmosphere of this beautiful Island, has always been something of a destination for family style freedom of expression, and clothes as indicated in the picture below.
According to a spokesperson for eWaterways, guests of the holiday cruise will get unveiled for swimming and the fun & sun aspects of the excursion, but don their clothing for the dinner table. The intimate vessel for this coastal getaway has a sufficiently spacious deck for getting rid of tan lines, while remaining cozy enough to fire the romantic in her guests. The cruise will also take in; Krk Island, Zadar Island, Olib Island, Mali Lošinj Island, and Cres Island on successive days.
The expert small cruise people at eWaterways actually offer a wide array of specialized and personable getaways, though their Facebook profile suggests they are particularly proud of this latest “uncovered” expedition. We would not plug them if their itineraries and especially their fleet were not so impressive.
Oh, by the way, as an added treat, the menu for this nature excursion will be traditional Croatian too. For those who do not know, the usual Croatian fare, at least on the coast, tends to have more of an Italian influence. If the libations are true traditional, the food minded naturalist will have an added incentive. Bon Apatite, and Bon Voyage!