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We are going to The Cove next month with a 14 yr old and have read about topless sunbathing being allowed at the Cain pool. Has anyone corroborated that this is an acceptable policy here, esp. I'm just a mom trying to get the facts. So far, the management has maintained that it is not a topless pool, but noone has been directed to act otherwise. As mentioned in other posts, it seems Kerzner is going for a more international feel to the new towers, and the europeans are embracing it on the beach. The pool is more of a Vegas type vibe..

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Its for a honeymoon and I prefer NOT to have it I love the way the resort looks and would love to spend our honeymoon there, but I have heard about topless and nudity on the beaches It is actually against the law to sunbathe nude or topless in the Bahamas. You will most likely never see or hear about it. When Club Med was open, every now and again you would see someone topless mostly Europeans but security would ask them to refrain. I was there on my honeymoon 3 weeks ago and saw 1 person on Friday for about 3 hours and 1 person on Saturday.

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For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Here are the instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web browser. Being single - and clothed - in a couples' island paradise leaves Nicky Park feeling a little awkward. I am the only single onboard from the Matira Bay wharf at the Sofitel Marara Beach Resort, where a shirtless Polynesian man strums his ukulele. We're en route to the luxury hotel chain's private "motu", Tahitian for island, where just 31 luxury bungalows are hidden.
Nassau, with its blend of influences from West Africa to England and from Haiti to the United States, is one of the most popular and often congested cruise ports in the Caribbean and Bahamas. The yellow and blue stripes on the Bahamian flag represent the nation's sandy beaches and surrounding ocean, while the black triangle stands for unity and the people's determination to develop the land and the sea. With endlessly developing hotels, resorts and shopping areas, it isn't hard to make this connection in Nassau, the capital of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. Nassau is located on the mile-long-island of New Providence and is connected, via bridge, to Paradise Island, another popular Bahamian destination.