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Venice Foreplay - Lifestyle Cruise

Sep 26 - Oct 3 2017


Venice Foreplay” will set sail along the Adriatic Sea from September 26th to October 3rd, 2017, departing and culminating in Venice, Italy, stopping in several ports in Croatia and Slovenia. Passengers will be able to enjoy a luxurious program that has been conceived to ensure a genuinely original experience, with exclusive, world-class services & amenities such as Clothing-optional areas, private, adult playrooms, unique, riveting entertainment, exciting theme nights, exquisite culinary experiences and sophisticated staterooms.

We have carefully selected this fantastic ship and this exotic route to enable us to provide our passengers with the opportunity to live a high-end, sensual yet spicy experience in a luxurious and secure environment, where they will receive top quality service and visit paradisiac sites.

Adult Entertainment

Take your relationship to the next level, living out your forbidden fantasies through intimate, couples’ workshops, signature theme nights, and racy daytime activities and events, all designed for socially sophisticated, experienced players.

Sensual Destinations

Your hearts will skip a beat, as Desire’s sensual sanctuaries at sea take you on an unforgettable journey, visiting magnificent ports of call in spectacular destinations.

Private Jacuzzi Lounge

Enter our private, clothing-optional spa deck, with bubbling salt water bath and powerful jets that massage you as you soak up the view in the company of other like-minded couples seeking to fulfill their fantasies. This private, intimate hotspot combines cool sophistication with steamy sensuality.

Play Room

You will feel the electrical currents pulsate through your body, as you mix & mingle with like-minded couples in a healthy, sophisticated, erotic playground for adventurers. We invite you to take your relationship to the next level, by living out your forbidden fantasies at sea, in our Signature Playroom.




Dante (more on him later) once described Ravenna’s magnificent gold, emerald, and sapphire artwork as a “symphony of colour”, and that description still stands today. Dubbed “The Mosaic City”, Ravenna is best known for its churches, which date back 1,500 years and are decorated with stunning, multicoloured Byzantine mosaics.

Between the years of 402 and 476, Ravenna enjoyed a brief stint as the capital of the Western Roman Empire. During this time, the city served as a kind of living art studio for Byzantine craftsmen, who graced its Christian churches with their mosaics in brilliant hues.

Check out the Basilica San Vitale, Mausoleo di Galla Placidia, Basilica of Sant’Apollinare in Classe, and Battistero degli Ariani to see some spectacular examples. Back to Dante: In Ravenna, you can visit his tomb, as well as the pile of rubble where locals hid his urn during the Second World War to keep it safe.

The Museo Dantesco is located next to the tomb and is a must-see for anyone who has read the Divine Comedy. Tour the grounds of the Azienda Agricola Vignato Virgilio winery then reward yourself for a day of sightseeing with a glass of crisp gambellara or a rich cabernet. Cin cin!



Zadar is a study in contrast. It’s a place where cobblestone streets lead to contemporary buildings, and where nature and technology flawlessly unite. Take the work of architect Nikola Baši? for example. He’s the mind behind two of Zadar’s most fascinating man-made attractions: The Sea Organ and the Greeting to the Sun.

 The former harnesses the power of the wind and the sea to make beautiful music, while the later collects the sun’s energy during the day to create a spectacular light show at night. But if you’re more into finding harmony created by good ol’ Mother Nature, the Croatian countryside is just a short drive away.

The nearby Krka National Park and Plitvice National Park contain stunning natural wonders like cascades, waterfalls, canyons, lakes, and rare flora and fauna, not to mention an extremely wide variety of bird and animal species.

Of course, life is really all about balance, so be sure to sample the local libation, Maraschino, while you’re here. Made from marasca cherries, distilleries in Zadar have been producing this traditional liqueur since the 16th century.

Cheers, or as they say in Croatia, zivjeli to that!



George Bernard Shaw once said, “Those who seek paradise on Earth should come to Dubrovnik and find it.” We tend to agree. For in this UNESCO World Heritage Site, paradise is found behind the massive stonewalls that protect winding streets, charming squares, and red-roofed buildings dating back to the 7th century.

Even the walls themselves are spectacular, and a “must walk” along the top. Not only will you get wow-worthy photos, but you can also scout the pedestrian-only Old Town for the stalls you’ll want to visit on your next adventure: shopping.

Look for shoes, leather, and traditional Konavle embroidery—and with a goldsmith trade that goes back to the 13th century, the quality and price of gold, coral, and filigree silver jewellery here is outstanding. After a little retail therapy, go to the Franciscan Monastery Museum, home to one of Europe’s oldest pharmacies where many of the lotions and potions are still made from ancient recipes.

Take the cable car up to the top of Mount Srd, then relax at the end of the day with a glass of rakija. (By the way, if you’re a Game of Thrones fan, you may be experiencing a little déjà vu, since Dubrovnik stands in for King’s Landing, capital of the Seven Kingdoms in the popular TV series.)



When you’re in Split, you might want to consider bringing a pocketful of breadcrumbs so you can find your way back to the ship. The warren-like streets and alleyways of this ancient walled city can be confusing to navigate, but hey, sometimes getting lost is half the fun!

One place you have to find your way to, though, is the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Diocletian’s Palace, which dates back to the 4th century. It’s just one amazing part within the walls of a historical complex that also houses 12th-century churches, medieval fortifications, and 15th-century Gothic palaces.

So let intuition be your guide as you spend the day meandering through the cobblestone streets, while discovering the many restaurants, cafés, and shops that are tucked away in every nook and cranny. Wander down to the water’s edge and stroll along the Riva, the spectacular white marble-esque promenade.

Dalmatians (the people, not the 101 variety) are extremely fashionable people, and this is the place to see and be seen, so get ready to strut your stuff. And if you do lose your bearings amidst such an array of distractions, one of the friendly locals will be more than happy to point you in the right direction.



As Slovenia’s largest coastal town, Koper is the gateway to an array of intercontinental adventures.

For instance, crossing the border into the Italian coffee capital of Trieste for a cappuccino at Caffe San Marco. (That way we can say to our friends back home, “Yeah, we’re just off to Italy for a cup of coffee.”) Or switching grounds, so to speak, trekking through the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Skocjan Caves, which features the largest underground canyon in the world and is only 30 minutes away from Koper.

Or touring the Slovenian capital city of Ljubljana, truly one of Europe’s secret gems—but not for long, since Lonely Planet recently ranked Ljubljana at #2 on its Best in Europe list.

Then of course, there are the charms of Koper itself, especially in the Old Town, with historic sites like the 12th century St. Mary’s of the Assumption Cathedral, the Praetorian Palace, and the beautiful square of Titov Trg.

What are you going to do?!



It’s hard to not get swept up in the romance and beauty of Venice, so we say why fight it? Let yourself be taken in by the city’s many charms as you stroll along the cobblestone streets, overarching bridges, and world-famous canals. And then plan on doing a little more walking.

Consisting of more than 100 islands, Venice is Europe’s largest urban car-free area. So the only means for getting around (on dry land, at least) are your own two feet—unless, of course, you travel by water taxi or gondola.

And let’s face it: If you don’t go on a gondola ride when you’re in Venice, you’ll never hear the end of it back home! And if you’re looking for a few more ideas while you’re in “The City of Water,” be sure to people watch in Piazza San Marco, sample Veneto wines, and shop for everything from Murano glass to swathes of silk. Bellissimo!


: Departure

: Naughty Nautical

Tidal waves of excitement will consume you, as you and your couple enjoy the motion of the ocean, at this “shrimp-ly” amazing event. “Seas” the opportunity to experience how Desire Cruises combines naughty with nautical… Let’s get Nauti!

Dress Code: Ladies: Navy pin-up outfits Men: Sailors

: Bologna Excursion

: Sexy Scrabble

Indulge yourselves in an evening of *sapiosexual fun, as Desire adds an erotic twist to the classic game of scrabble. *Sapiosexual (n.) a person who is sexually attracted to intelligence in others.

Dress Code: Ladies: G-string & heels, we will provide the top Men: Boxers, we will provide the shirt

: Split Excursion

: Sensual Superheroes

You don’t have to be a superhero to find the perfect woman, the perfect woman will bring out the superhero in you. In a world of fantasy, discover what sexual superpowers you have locked inside.

Dress Code: Your favorite superhero

: Dubrovnik Excursion

: 3-Piece Suite

Because style is a way to express who you are without ever having to speak. Dress to impress in your favorite 3-piece suit.

Dress Code: Ladies: Pasties, G-strings & heels Men: Boxers, suspenders and a tie

: Zadar Excursion

: Golf Pros and Tennis Hoes

Ever wondered what it would be like if Tiger Woods were to meet Anna Kournikova? With this oddly specific theme party, you can get the next best thing! Discover why tantalisingly short mini-skirts and plaid pants are an erotic match made in heaven.

Dress Code: Women: Sexy tennis wear Men: Sexy golf wear

: Koper Excursion

: Lets GLOW!

Submerge yourselves in a dream world of erotic pleasure, by creating a sensual look using bright white or naughty neon, that reflects your inner glow, on the outside. Shake, shine & say goodbye… It’s always playtime in our colorful kingdom.

Dress Code: Anything that glows under neon lights

: Venice Unveiled

You will be led on a magical journey of discovery, of game and of love, in their most varied facets. An evening of mystery that will take you and your couple beyond seduction…

Dress Code: Women: Masks & lingerie Men: Masks & cloaks

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Starting At: $246.85/PP

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