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“The ultimate aquadisiac”: Dream Cruises unveils saucy new entertainment

Dream Cruises’ Explorer Dream has announced some rather saucy onboard entertainment for those travelling from Sydney, Brisbane or Auckland.

The most risqué late-night show on the high seas, ‘seductive dancers’ the Dream Boys, will perform After Dark: Dream Boys. And we’re not sure where to look.

According to Dream Cruises, the show kicks off at midnight and guests will be treated to a “sensual performance from sunkissed male dancers”. And some lucky passengers will even be invited on stage to take part in the show.

“The grand finale is the ultimate aquadisiac! The Dream Boys shimmy out of their skivvies and just about save their blushes with well places captain’s hats,” the cruise line said in a release.

Yes, the word ‘aquadisiac’ was used and it just about made our whole week.

“We’re thrilled to bring the Dream Boys to our cruises. It’s the perfect ladies’ night out, right here on the ship,” Brigita Devries, VP sales and marketing for Australia & New Zealand at Dream Cruises said.

“Our Dream Boys hail from all around the world, and we’re proud to have such a talented, gorgeous group of men representing our brand. We love the show, and we know our guests will too!”

The Dream Boys will be putting the naughty into nautical all summer, with one show per cruise. Tickets can be purchased onboard the Explorer Dream, priced at $30 each for guests over 18. In case you had any doubts, this is strictly an adults-only show.

Dream Cruises has even provided a little extra information about a few of the boys:

Leonardo De Souza Martins

Brazilian beauty Leonardo is an award-winning professional dancer, specialising in jazz, hip hop, and contemporary. Appearing on stage, screen, and cruises, he brings a sexy South American flavour to the Dream Boys!

Gabriele Cuccu

Italian stallion Gabriele is a renowned ballroom dancer, winning national competitions in 2012, 2013, and 2014. He’s been featured on several Italian TV shows and appeared in Florida’s Burn the Floor Broadway in 2014. A member of Dream Cruises since 2016, Gabriele brings seductive charm, elegance, and flair to the team.

Aliaksei Kravtosov

The man they call the “Sexy Samurai”, Aliaksei is a Belarussian professional dancer and model, with a background in jazz, hip-hop, freestyle, and acrobatics. Whether he’s performing tricks in the air or sultry moves on the floor, Aliaksei is the epitome of a Dream Boy. And his anchor tattoo proves he was born to entertain at sea!

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