Size Does Matter – Atlantis to Charter World’s Largest Cruise Ship Again

Author: , November 8th, 2011

Gay CruiseAtlantis Events, Inc., the largest gay vacation company in the world, will once again be the first and only company – gay or straight – to charter the world’s largest cruise ship. With an expected 5,400 gay and lesbian guests from 32 countries, Atlantis will host the largest gay cruise in history.

Chartering the Royal Caribbean Allure of the Seas for the second time, Atlantis Events’ most extravagant cruise adventure to date will begin January 29, 2012 in Ft. Lauderdale, sailing to the powder white shores of Cozumel, historic ruins of Costa Maya, and the stunning private beach of Labadee, Hispaniola. Atlantis Events will exceed expectations on its return to the Allure with a fantastic new experience featuring superstar entertainment, elaborate party productions, and innovative social experiences in 2012.

“We’re completely reinventing the gay cruise on the world’s most magnificent ship,” says Atlantis Events CEO Rich Campbell. “In the last 20 years we’ve had the opportunity to create truly magical and extraordinary experiences for our community and the Allure presents a unique opportunity to take this to an entirely new level.”

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Largest Cruise Ship in the World to Host Two Gay Cruises in 2012

Author: , May 1st, 2011

Allure of the SeasAnother major gay and lesbian vacation organizer, Concierge Travel, has announced plans for a group sailing on Royal Caribbean’s much-ballyhooed, five-month-old Allure of the Seas.

The Houston-based travel company says it will host a gay group on the 5,400-passenger vessel — one the world’s two largest cruise ships — from Jan. 3-8, 2012. The ship will be sailing a five-night itinerary to the Caribbean out of Fort Lauderdale.

Concierge Travel’s trip on Allure of the Seas will take place just two weeks before gay and lesbian cruise organizer Atlantis Events, Inc., charters the entire vessel for a seven-night sailing to the Caribbean out of Fort Lauderdale.

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