gay group cruise

Celebrate Pride Month in June of 2020 with family, friends & allies. We’ll visit our favorite destination, one of the most beautiful locations in the world…Italy…on Azamara Journey

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LGBT travelers who want a gay, but not too-gay, cruise can enjoy the best of both worlds on a gay group cruise. Here are 5 reasons why

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Meeting other gay travelers has filled many cruises with richness of friendships that lasts beyond the cruiseI met Matthew Moore onboard the 2013 Pride of the Ocean LGBT Film Festival Cruise. Fast-forward to 2015, and Matthew and I recently enjoyed dinner together on patio on Hawaii’s Big Island. We are both still in touch with many folks from that cruise. It’s often the people we meet who are really at the heart of travel–and of MeetMeOnBoard

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The Pride of the Ocean film festival, which takes place on a cruise ship, presents a great blend of LGBT film screenings and workshop events called “CineSLAMs.” Even the non-filmmakers participating in this unique festival can participate in these workshops, which have revealed some of the true highlights of the cruise. Check out these clips!

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With the upcoming gay film festival at sea, called Pride of the Ocean, just over three months away, I’ve been thinking a lot about movies and ships, since we’ll be watching a number gay-themed films onboard the Norwegian Pearl. But beyond gay films, I’ve been thinking about movies I’ve seen that take place primarily on a ship. Surprisingly, my list is very short, and both are tragedies: Titanic The Poseidon Adventure Both of them, of course, are memorable for so many things. Shelly Winters’ death scene in The Poseidon Adventure, after she’s done the big swim through some impossible underwater labrynth, is among my all-time fave drama moments. While there are a bunch of ship-related movies listed on websites like AllAtSea or Listal, I actually [&hellip

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