One of the world's most infamous nude cruises has revealed plans to set sail on its second racy voyage.
Original Group, whose made headlines around the world when it announced its first adults-only, couples-only, "clothing optional" cruise last year, has just announced its second itinerary.
The Desire cruise will set sail from Barcelona to Rome in April 2018, taking open-minded, buck-naked couples to Sete and Marseilles in France, Monte Carlo in Monaco, and Italy's Portofino and Florence along the way.
But the most exciting activities will no doubt happen on board the cruise liner, with private playrooms and adult entertainment among the thrills available to loved-up passengers.
"Our new Barcelona to Rome cruise creates an exciting opportunity to live the Desire experience aboard a sensual sanctuary at sea where couples can rejoice in exotic destinations on a journey of fantasy and reverie while being pampered with our top-quality service," he said.
"This second itinerary is a testament to the successful response we received from Desire Venice Cruise and marks the beginning of several other experiences we aspire to create for our guests."
As well as the private playrooms and nude-friendly atmosphere, guests will be able to enjoy "provocative theme nights, spicy daytime events and couples' workshops letting passengers get in touch with their romantic, sensual side".
There will be a playroom, jacuzzi lounge, and the opportunity to "mix with like-minded, socially sophisticated, experienced couples in a safe and like-minded atmosphere to live out their fantasies", Original Group said.
Dining options on board will range from "casually playful to erotically elegant".
Desire's first journey through the Adriatic Sea, dubbed "Venice Foreplay", is already on sale and departs from the Italian city in September.
Nude cruises aren't everyone's cup of tea, but for those who would happily go the full monty on their holiday, there are plenty available.
But there are a few rules passengers should know about: on the Desire cruise, you can't be naked in restaurants, and photography in the ship's public areas is strictly banned.
Just in case you were wondering.