Controversial “Sex Island” Cruise Ready to Set Sail Despite Outrage

The cruise had trouble getting off the ground in 2017.

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An erotic tropical cruise that had trouble navigating troubled waters — facing searing criticism over its tawdry premise — in 2017 is back.

Last year, YouTube removed all the “Sex Island” cruise videos as offensive content, reports The Independent, but that didn’t stop the Colombian company, Good Girls Company, from starting the cruise up again this year.

According to Maxim, the cruise package includes, “meals and snacks, free alcohol, airport pick up and drop off, yacht parties, bedrooms with showers, closets, air conditioning, wifi, and unlimited amount of condoms.”

The company claims to have 30 spots for guests — but 60 extra slots for “beautiful girls.” The ship is “drug friendly” and according to organizersmen can have “unlimited sex” and swap partners with other guests.

Last year, the event provoked fury and critics called it “disgusting” and “creepy.” Some even called for an investigation into possible crimes, according to The Mirror. 

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