Going on a cruise is one of the most enjoyable and relaxing vacations you can take. The options are limitless ranging from the Mediterranean and Caribbean to the Baltic Sea or even Alaska. Of course the latter will be lacking sun and warm weather and it’s probably not the most gay-friendly option you could choose. So why not consider taking an all-gay cruise? You can opt for a small ship with a more intimate feel or take one of the more popular large boats with companies like Atlantis or RSVP. For the ladies, Olivia is the major player and all 3 companies have been around for 20 years or more. So if you’ve never thought about taking a gay cruise, here are 9 reasons that just might convince you.
Friendly and Social Atmosphere
One great aspect of taking a gay cruise is that most of the guests are friendly and open to meeting new people. On a straight cruise, guests come with friends or family and already have a social group established. On a gay cruise, there are many activities that help connect guests and give you a chance to meet new people.
Options for All: Singles, Couples and Friends
Another benefit on a gay cruise is the amount of different activities that take place on the ship. When we went on our Atlantis cruise a few years back, there were even events geared towards couples and singles. Couples could meet other couples and enjoy a meal together and singles could meet other singles and quickly make new friends.
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Combining all the elements of a luxury liner, with a schedule of activities designed for today’s modern gay traveler, a ten day Atlantis cruise of the Mediterranean is definitely NOT your grandma’s cruise. An all-gay cruise is what you make of it. Whether you are traveling as a couple, alone or with a group of friends, the team at Atlantis Events makes a point of scheduling “something for everyone” and truly living up to their catch phase… “The Way We Play!” Starting with the welcoming boarding bear hug by their omni-present and effervescent cruise director Malcolm, all of this is clearly evident. Yes, there are still the usual hour by hour activities one would find on the Celebrity Equinox (the ship used in this adventure) such as outdoor spin classes, yoga instructions, table tennis, basketball court shooting, lawn games, the ever-popular bingo, feature films playing in the theater and so much more. But Atlantis Events doesn’t just rest on the laurels of the Celebrity cruise team. They supplement and even replace much of the standard programming with those oh-so-gay delights including Classic Disco Sunset T-Dances, gay comedians night from Pam Ann, to London based drag impersonator Charlie Hides, a concert with superstar pop and dance diva Deborah Cox, and themed dance parties on deck, under the stars, every night until sunrise.
via WeHo News | Arts and Entertainment.
Our most popular premium ship comes home to the Caribbean to host the all-new Atlantis February cruise in 2014. We invite you to sail the most modern ship ever designed to the best of the sunny Southern Caribbean as we reinvent our most popular cruise of the year. Our biggest party hits the decks of the stunning new Celebrity Silhouette to host our 2800 guests from around the world. Imagine all the entertainment, excitement, and fun you love in a seductive new setting.
via Atlantis Events – 2014 Silhouette Caribbean Cruise.
As we enter our 29th year of creating spectacular gay and lesbian vacations, RSVP invites you to sail on the biggest, boldest, and most beautiful cruise ship we’ve ever chartered. We’re the first group to charter the brand new MSC Divina, as we take 3500 guests on an unforgettable cruise to the best of the Caribbean. Sail from Miami to three stunning islands in seven magical nights, with amazing low fares from just $899! There’s never been a better value in gay vacations, or a more sensational RSVP Gay cruise.
via RSVP Vacations – 2014 Divina Caribbean Cruise.