Chapter 3 is the last segment of SCORE's DVD Boobs Ahoy! Boob Cruise 2000 was the fifth and final voyage. Friday, May 5th, 2000 was the last evening of this journey. The following day, everyone disembarked for home or for other ports of call.
The end of anything that is good and pleasurable and gives a boob-man wood is always painted with a coating of sadness. So it is was with the last Boob Cruise. This voyage was more of an experiment since only four seasoned Boob Cruise Girls returned from previous trips: Linsey McKenzie, Casey James, Minka and Dawn Stone. The rest of the girls were sea-virgins. They were all special in their unique, individual ways.
As for the passengers, this Boob Cruise was a reunion in many ways since so many were repeat guests from many countries including America, England, France, Germany, Japan and Belgium. There were several female passengers too, including future SCORE Girl Morgan Leigh who was inspired to emulate the women she partied with.
It was in August of 1994 that the first Boob Cruise set sail from Grenada. It was originally called Boob Camp. That didn't fit the seafaring nature of this event. Boob Cruise was a better name for that inaugural event which blossomed into five sold-out special editions. There are hundreds of former passengers with shelves full of great pictures they took themselves. Some of the guys still keep in touch to this day and even visit.
It's been 14 years since the Cruise reached home port in St. Thomas on May 6, 2000. To this day, SCORE receives correspondence asking when the next Boob Cruise will sail.
"Going into Boob Cruise 2000, I had heard so many superlatives about it but I had some skepticism," admitted Alyssa Alps who wrote the ship's log for the magazine and actually modeled on the last day after declining all week. "'How could anything be that good?' I used to think. Now I know. And I realize that all of the comments I had heard about SCORE's Boob Cruise did not do it justice. It truly is the experience of a lifetime."
Other companies have tried to copy the Boob Cruise and failed, not realizing the enormous challenges it presents. Will it ever sail again? Windjammer is out of business. The logistics of putting a Cruise together are numerous and complex. It takes a full year to plan. Ever the optimist, CEO John Fox says never say never.
People have suggested that if getting a ship is too complicated, then have a Boob Cruise-type week at a resort. But no landlocked convention can capture the spirit of adventure and freedom. It wouldn't be the same.
"I have such fond memories of the Cruise," said Boob Cruiser Brian. "Certainly no other event has made an impact on my life like that of the great Boob Cruises. The best tits, the best time, the best trip ever!"