10 Things to Know About Gay Cruises, Ryan Field Books

 10 Things to Know About Gay Cruises

I remember when gay cruises first started back in the 90s. Tony and I were invited to go on one of those gay cruises and we declined. We’ve never had all that much time for traveling and when we do travel the last thing we want is to be directed, to be on a boat filled with people, and to have to deal with all that food they serve on cruises. And that’s just to name a few things. We knew then, and still know now, that it’s just not something we would enjoy. 

However, there’s a large segment of the gay community who do like gay cruises. And this article to which I’m linking gives out a few tips for those who are interested in taking a gay cruise.  

Not only have I worked on two cruise ships (as an entertainer, ‘cause duh), but I also happen to have an extensive knowledge on how gay cruises are operated from the inside out. Since summer is fast approaching, I figured I’d share my two cents.

Here’s more. The one thing I question is that he mentions the cost is $1,000. I could be wrong, but I think it’s more than that. When I did a simple search the fares were significantly higher. 

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