Bliss Cruise charters are for adult, clothing optional couples only 21 years of age and older. If revealing costumes,adult themes, sensual behavior among adults in private or nudity may offend you, please contact your travel advisor for options to visit other adult venues.
The Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas holds approximately 3,600 passengers. This 7-night clothing-optional adventure will be couples only and departs from the Port of Miami with stops in Tortola, St. Thomas, and Freeport, Bahamas.
ALERT: Bliss Cruise, Royal Caribbean and Celebrity Cruise companies prohibit any inappropriate sexual advances in public. Failure to comply may result in the offending couple being removed from the ship at the next port of call…without refund, The couple is responsible for paying their transportation to return to their country of residence.
Bliss Cruise has dubbed this charter as a Tribute to the Eastern Caribbean.
This 7-night clothing-optional adventure will be couples only and departs from the Port of Miami with stops in Tortola, St. Thomas, and Freeport, Bahamas.
Here are few things that a Bliss cruise has to offer: • Adults 21 or older only which means…NO kids allowed! • Open decks and pool areas are clothing optional. • Clothing optional shore excursions. • Meet & Greets to help you break the ice and meet new people. • Seminars that educate and allow you to explore new areas of the lifestyle. • Multiple play areas to meet your level of comfort and interest. • Evening entertainment and late night dance parties in various venues. • Themed nights to add a little extra fun to dressing up & heading out for the night.
Check out our Photo Album from recent Bliss Cruises to get an idea about the luxury cruise ships chartered by Bliss, the great guests who cruise with Bliss and samples of adult mischief, themes and ambiance you’ll enjoy on each charter.
*** All itineraries are subject to change without notice.
Powdery white-sand beaches, lush green mountains, and sheltered, yacht-filled harbours characterize the island of Tortola, the BVI’s largest and capital island. The past of the West Indies and the present-day BVI mix and mingle with ruins existing alongside the luxury resorts that draw visitors from around the world. Swim or stroll the secluded palm-shaded white sands of dozens of beaches, including Apple Bay, Brewer’s Bay, Smuggler’s Cove, Long Bay Beach, Elizabeth Beach and Josiah’s Bay Beach to name just a few. Step away from the sand just long enough to discover Tortola’s history with a visit to the 1780 Lower Estate Sugar Works Museum, Fort Burt, Mount Healthy Windmill, Callwood’s Rum Distillery, J.R. O’Neal Botanic Gardens, Old Government House Museum and VI Folk Museum.
While the beaches and ocean are beautiful, there is one thing that really sets St. Thomas apart – shopping. Browse through the shop-lined streets of Charlotte Amalie and find out why St. Thomas is called the “duty-free shopping capital of the world.” Beyond the glitz of its famous shopping district, St. Thomas enchants with a fascinating history and natural scenery. Explore the island’s diverse heritage in Charlotte Amalie, or splash your way around at vibrant reefs or relax on a gorgeous beach. Take a ride on Skyline Drive and enjoy a breathtaking view of St. Thomas Harbor. Check out Coral World Marine Park, where you can touch sea stars at the touch pool or explore the mystery of life in a mangrove lagoon off the Coastal Trail. Take a tour of key island landmarks to view the lovely vistas, enjoy spectacular shopping and explore the stunning Magen’s Bay Beach. No diving experience is required for a guided underwater exploration off St. Thomas with The BOSS – a Breathing Observation Submersible Scooter. Blast out of the water and soar like Ironman on a flyboard.
As the main city on the island of Grand Bahama, Freeport has no shortage of things to keep visitors entertained. Outdoor enthusiasts can head to nearby Lucayan National Park to go kayaking or explore the beautiful caves, while beach bums can simply park themselves on a beautiful white sand beach with a cocktail in hand. Of course, there are also plenty of opportunities for swimming, snorkeling, shopping, and enjoying the local food and beverages. No matter where your interests lie or how much time you have, the best sights and activities the area has to offer are yours from Royal Caribbean.
Cabins & Rates
Starting at $975 (+ port charges and fees as listed below). The cost of the cabin includes all meals with basic drinks such as water, coffee and tea. You also have access to all seminars, events, parties and entertainment. There will be an additional fee added to your invoice which covers the port charges, government taxes, basic gratuities, admin fees and security fees. These fees will be as follows:
$395.00 per person for all Staterooms
$450.00 per person for all Suites
The following items are available at an additional cost:
Alcohol and other beverages plus the bar service gratuities
Retail Shop Purchases
There are four main categories of staterooms: Suite (starting $2,650), Balcony (starting $1,550), Ocean View (starting $1,225) and Interior (Starting $975). Each stateroom offers a television, telephone, private bath, shower, vanity and even a hair-dryer. The cabins have been designed to be a comfortable, relaxing place for you to rest and reengerize after a all day of non-stop activities. The larger cabins make a great place for private entertainment.
J4 Junior Suite – $2,650
(Deck 9 & 10) Two twin beds that convert to Royal King, private balcony, sitting area (some with sofa bed) and private bathroom. Stateroom: 297 sq. ft. Balcony: 73 sq. ft.
2B Spacious Ocean View Balcony – $1,650
(Deck 6, 7, 8, 9 & 10) Two twin beds that convert to Royal King, sitting area, private balcony and private bathroom. Stateroom: 199 sq. ft. Balcony: 65 sq. ft.
1M Spacious Ocean View – $1,295
(Deck 6, 8 & 9) Two twin beds that convert to Royal King, sitting area with sofa, vanity area and bathroom. Stateroom: 175 sq. ft
1V Interior – $975
(Deck 9 & 10) Two twin beds that convert to Royal King sitting area with sofa, vanity area, and bathroom. Stateroom: 150 sq. ft.; Accessible: 256 sq. ft.