I am almost certain that in European waters topless sunbathing is allowed on the top deck of Celebrity ships but I do not know about areas outside that. .... Neil.
Carnival ships also have an 'adult' deck area......Wilba.
Whilst it may be allowed there, the area is not prohibited to children so you can't guarantee they won't wander by.
Shoudnt be allowed on any ships, the next step will be totally naked, if you want this go on the beach holidays.
Now what is your reasoning behind an answer like that. The only way you would know that someone was topless was if you went looking for them because they are tucked away on a quiet top deck. Breasts are a natural part of human anatomy and there to feed young children. If you are putting any other connotation on it then I would suggest that you examine your own motives for writing like you did. Take away this foolish Victorian attitude and you are left with something completely natural ......Neil.
Thanks for your response, we all have are own beliefs, i,m not of a victorian attitude, if you think it as complete natural why dont you see people walking around m&s naked.(what a sight ,could put me off shopping for ever)
Yes, there are TOTALLY NUDE cruises too! As my Mum used to say, if God had meant us to run around naked we would be born....
Why ask the topless question in the first place, if you know there are nude cruises? The onlly other thing I can add is that P&O. apparently has some deck space on the top of Oceana and Ventura that is for topless sunbathing (according to my son in law, who was told this by a bar steward) But why? Surely enough has been said about skin cancer? The only alternative is a beach holiday where anything goes.
Whilst I have no problems in seeing other womens breasts, It is not what I wish to see on a cruise ship. I had a problem when we went on beach holidays with my husband. Who wants to see huubby's in dark glasses all the time? (Thats just so we dont know what they are looking at!) Joking aside, I realise that some are more outgoing than me, but think unless you choose adult only ships you are going to have a problem with kids, its only natural. I wish I personally was more liberated in the human body. There are those that DO and those who DONT.
Theres a time and a place for all things. Children, being children are bound to want to look. Book a balcony if you want privacy.
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