How often does the boobs cruise run?

The cruise runs whenever we have enough people, our minimum is 30 and our maximum is 95. During peak times we run every 3-4 days, during low season we run at least weekly. Post your interest in the relevant monthly roll call over here at our Temptation forum.

Do I have to be staying at Temptation?

Most of the people who join us on our cruise are staying at Temptation Resort in Cancun and are part of our Temptation forum. However, you are welcome to join us wherever you are staying as long as you can get yourself to our meeting point at Paty O bar, Temptation and, most importantly, are open minded and not offended by topless ladies and adult humor. Please mention to the security staff or bell boys at the hotel entrance that you are here for the boobs cruise and they will know to direct you to the Paty O bar which is just off the lobby.

Do I have to go topless?

Of course not! There is never any pressure to do anything you don’t want to. We have found that most ladies do go topless but there often some who don’t want to and that is fine.

Can I go naked?

Yes, of course! Just like there is no pressure to do anything you don’t want to, there are no restrictions on doing what you might want to. We usually have several people who choose to go naked each trip, although it is not usually the majority. We also have our skinny dipping spot where you are more than welcome to swim naked or clothed.

Is this for swingers only?

Not at all! On any given Cancun boobs cruise we usually have some swingers but more non swingers. Experienced swingers are almost always respectful and will not bother you if you are not interested. Swingers are nothing to be afraid of.

What drinks are available?

We have Corona Beer, Tequila, Rum and Vodka in addition to mixers and purified water. At the beach club bar the same drinks are included in your cruise. The beach club also serves premium alcohol and bottled beer at extra charge.

Will I get seasick?

The area we cruise is between the Cancun mainland and Isla Mujeres which means it is very sheltered. The nature of a catamaran means that it is very stable and the side to side rocking you experience with a single hulled boat is virtually absent. However, people from time to time do get seasick. If you are susceptible to seasickness then take Dramamine one hour before we leave and also try and ensure you take it easy on the alcohol the night before.

Can I smoke on the boat?

Yes smoking is permitted, but only right at the back of the boat on the steps. Please always ask for a ‘Mexican ashtray’ and don’t throw cigarette butts in the ocean.