BNB24 Early Booking Discount* coupon codes:

B24 $500 off the total cost of a Balcony (Category 7A, 8A - 8F)

EB24 $1,000 off the total cost of an Extended Balcony (Category 8J & 8K)

OS24 $1,400 off the total cost of an Ocean Suite (Category OS)

*Discount only applies to reservations for the Big Nude Boat 2024. Amount is deducted from the total cost of the cabin and will be calculated over the course of the scheduled payments. Early Booking Discount is a limited time offer and may be withdrawn without notice.

Big Nude Boat 2021 – We Can Barely Wait!

The Big Nude Boat 2021 is surely “Bucket List” worthy. For the first time, the Big Nude Boat will embark on a one-of-a kind two week (yes, you read that right!) adventure across the Caribbean. Leaving from Tampa, FL, this cruise features an exclusive port and encompasses every corner of the Caribbean, including stops in Colón, Cartagena, and San Juan. Additionally, it includes 6 lazy sea days to spend reconnecting with your friends while enjoying the beautiful ship and sun!

Learn more about the ports in our itinerary:

Mahogany Bay (Island of Roatan)

Located off the coast of Honduras, this private Bare exclusive cruise port offers an incredibly fun way to begin our journey. This area features the second largest coral reef in the world, where divers and snorkelers can spend hours. Additionally the island offers fun activities such as zip lining, volleyball, lively local music, food and shops, in addition to crystal clear water filled with hidden-gems amongst its silky sand.

Colon, Panama

Some see Colón as the gateway city to the Panama Canal, the engineering wonder linking the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Others know it as the second-largest duty-free port in all of the Caribbean, and a great base for exploring the canal and Panama’s nearby ecological treasures.

The colorful city of Cartagena, Colombia

Founded in 1533 on the northern coast of Colombia, the city of Cartagena quickly became the main port for trade with Spain. Wander around streets known for their beautiful colors within the historic 13km stone-walled city to view 400 year-old houses with colonial architecture. Cartagena offers its visitors a vibrant nightlife, cultural festivals, lovely beaches, landscapes and of course delectable cuisine.

Filled with Parks and Squares, Cartagena provides the opportunity to see colonial treasures including the Palace of Inquisition and the Clock tower, in addition to many other ancient massive churches and sites.


This island in what was once known as the Dutch West Indies is one of the finest snorkeling and scuba diving destinations in the Caribbean. The reason is the island’s diligent stewardship of its marine resources. All of the waters off Bonaire’s coast have been legally protected since 1979 and it shows. The warm trade winds that wash over the island create ideal conditions to enjoy the island’s unsurpassed natural beauty. It is home to an amazing assortment of wildlife including a flamingo breeding ground. Passengers may also walk right off the ship into town to explore shops, restaurants and cafes.


Nestled in the Southern Caribbean, Curacao has acclaimed diving and outdoor activity as well as tasty local cuisine. It is a true Dutch treat with numerous uncrowded beaches, a beautiful harbor, and a diverse heritage spanning a multitude of different cultures. Always warm with an average temperature of 84 degrees and a steady trade wind, Curacao has it all no matter what you are looking for.

San Juan, PR

A magical blend of natural island charm and manmade wonders, San Juan, Puerto Rico offers gorgeous cobblestone streets alongside gorgeous palms and crystal blue waters. Colonial fortresses distinctive of its Spanish founders, enjoy lively cafes, art galleries, and shops.

Nassau, Bahamas

Sightseeing, swimming and soaking up the Caribbean flavor is all yours in Nassau, Bahamas. Boasting balmy breezes and jumping to a bouncy calypso beat, Nassau promises sizzling fun in the sun. The historic and cultural heart of The Bahamas, it is one of the world’s most popular cruise destinations with one million visitors to Nassau every year. Passengers will enjoy fine beaches, shopping, water sports, and fun-filled attractions.

2021 is going to be the year of reconnection, and what better way to do it then reconnecting with old friends (and making new ones) aboard our 75th embarkment, conquering the Caribbean with Bare Necessities! WE CAN BARELY WAIT!!

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