Brits flock on crazy holidays across Europe for sun, sea and sex as spring turns to summer.
Magaluf in Majorca is a buzzword for naughty antics in the sun as lads and lasses go wild.
This year’s set to be no different with thousands set to descend on the party resort.
The Sunset Booze Cruise is probably the most famous party of them all – and it all happens on a boat.
With 350 people onboard, it has a fully-stocked bar and a DJ who plays all the latest hits and the classics.
From just £50 this summer you can get yourself on this three-hour event.
David Thompson, 31, manager of the boat, said: “I love how everyone comes on the boat a little bit sober and after two hours everybody is steaming jumping in the sea and has pulled.
“Everyone pulls on the boat. Sunset Booze Cruise has been the catalyst for many one night stands in Magaluf I can tell you that.”
There’s also a 30-minute swim stop, a free T-shirt, shots and other booze on offer.
“Everyone pulls on the boat”
He continues: “The swim stop was great. After it everyone is drunk, the sun is setting and the whole boat party starts getting a bit naughty.
“Our slogan is ‘one the sun goes down the sound goes up’ and it’s true.
“Once everyone has jumped into the sea and got wet, they change into these wild party animals.”
The cruise was featured on 2011 comedy film Inbetweeners.
Although the film was set in Malia in Crete, the boat party was filmed in Magaluf.
Stu, the 39-year-old DJ on the boat, said: “Sometimes we chuck in a drinking game – say boys vs girls just to crank up the atmosphere even more.
“Everyone loves a good drinking game don’t they.
“But even if you take out the drinking games you still have this incredible concept.
“Where else can you go drinking in the sun – in the middle of the sea? The sea has no rules.
“There is just something unique about partying at sea.”
He added: “I can’t put it into words. Look if you’ve never done a Magaluf boat party before you are gonna absolutely love it.
“Sun, sea, sex on the beach, in terms of the cocktail and what a lot of you will be doing as soon as you arrive back on land.”
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