What are gay cruises like
We had wanted to go on an Atlantis gay cruise for years! To us it looked like pure fun in the sun with all the different themed parties, visiting spectacular destinations and all held on-board a luxurious ship! After going on our first Atlantis gay cruise in , all of our expectations were quite literally blown out of the water. Here are 12 things you need to know about going on an Atlantis gay cruise and why you need to go on one at least once in your lifetime. Without a doubt the environment on the Atlantis gay cruise was the most friendly and welcoming environment we have ever encountered in our lives.
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There was a time when the best a gay or lesbian cruise passenger could hope for from a "gay-friendly" cruise would be a self-organized " Friends of Dorothy " meet up. Now, gay and lesbian socials are standard on most cruises, and are actually organized, promoted and hosted by the cruise lines and their staffs. The cruise industry has come a long way, not merely acknowledging but embracing its gay and lesbian passengers. It's really no surprise, given there is data suggesting that the percentage of gay and lesbian travelers who take cruises is the same as -- or even slightly higher than -- the percentage of heterosexual travelers who cruise. Gay and lesbian cruise passengers haven't been shy about their enthusiasm, either.
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Cruises are welcoming vacation options for gay and lesbian travelers. Whether you're a lesbian couple looking for a romantic getaway or gay singles ready to party and make friends, there's a cruise for you. We can help you choose between fully chartered gay and lesbian cruises and gay groups on regular cruises, and find the cruise line that's right for you.
Only one turned was true: gay cruises are generally more expensive than mainstream cruises. Five years later, before leaving for my second gay cruise, friends blurted out all the same myths. After my second all-gay voyage, I can confirm that these are, indeed, myths. Then as one cruise line says: Get Out There.