Sailing In Gay Sardinia And Corsica – DJ Yabis

Author: , October 19th, 2018

Gay Sardinia - DJ Yabis

Sardinia and Corsica have some of the dreamiest beaches and coastlines In Europe. Yes the sand is really that white, and the sea the bluest blue. Imagine dropping anchor in Costa Smeralda, a jumble of fjord-like inlets and coasts of frost-white sand, and exploring the Sardinian coast at its most idyllic. Or imagine strolling in Corsican villages with their stony ramparts at their most captivating at dusk on a warm summer evening.

You get to experience all of this and more on a sailing trip to these beautiful islands. As most of you who follow the blog know I’m a beach person and there’s nothing that could make me any happier than being in the water. Imagine my excitement when I was finally able to go on a sailing trip for a week. Sailing is definitely an experience you have to try at least once in your travels in Europe.

The Yacht-Sharing Experience

We sailed with Miaplacidus sailing yacht through Intersailclub. IntersailClub is a yacht-sharing concept which makes sailing much more affordable. It’s like the Airbnb of yacht sailing because you can just rent a cabin and share the whole yacht with other people instead of paying for the whole yacht. They also call this concept as cabin charter in sailing lingo.

Renting a yacht that comes with a crew for 1 week can easily cost you from 5,000-20,000 euros for a week depending on how big the yacht is. With IntersailClub, you can book a cabin or a bed in a yacht from 700-1,000 euros for a week and they’ll take care of everything! You’re welcome.

By DJ Yabis – Full Story at DreamEuroTrip

Sardinia Gay Travel Resources

 

Upcoming Gay Travel Events: Prague, Sardinia, Bristol, Chicago, Shanghai

Author: , May 16th, 2013

Gay Pride Flag San FranciscoWe’ve got news on a bunch of upcoming gay travel events for you:

MR. GAY EUROPE STARTS JULY 26TH IN PRAGUE

First off, the Mr. Gay Europe contest runs fron 7/26-7/31 in the Czech Republic. Rainbow Tourism reports:

This old, historical capital has long been known for its friendly and attractive people, but never more soon then when representatives from several European countries gay communities flock here to vie for the title of Mr. Gay Europe. Spread out over 6 days, this event will see the candidates widdled down to a narrow group in an intense competition to see who will take the reigns and represent Europe’s gay community.

Click here for gay travel resources in the Czech Republic.

BRISTOL TO HOST GAY RUGBY TOURNAMENT NEXT WEEK

Over in the UK, Bristol is set to host the gay Union Cup between May 23rd and 26th. Gay Star News reports:

This year 550 gay rugby players from teams including Stockholm, Berlin, Lisbon, Amsterdam, Edinburgh and Dublin will travel to Bristol to compete, bringing an estimated #25,000 to the city’s local economy. Tournament director David Arid said: ‘The idea of a gay and gay-friendly rugby club is to provide an accepting environment in which players can develop their sporting potential without fear of prejudice.

Click here for gay travel resources in Gloucestershire.

INTERNATIONAL MISTER LEATHER STARTS NEX WEEK

The world-famous leather-fest IML begins on May 24th. GoPride reports:

This year marks the 35th annual International Mister Leather conference and competition, more commonly known by its acronym IML. Not limited to leather only, IML welcomes rubbermen, sports gear enthusiasts, pups and their handlers and a whole host of other fetish folk for a long weekend of conferences, competitions and parties celebrating a shared sexual deviance.

Click here for gay travel resources in Illinois.

SARDINIA’S SECOND ANNUAL GAY PRIDE PARADE IN JUNE

The island of Sardinia in Italy will celebrate its second annual Pride Parade on June 29th, with a series of events leading up to it. Gay Star News reports:

The announcement of the event’s details comes after the first pride, last year, was attacked by right-wing politicians who declared the Mediterranean island doesn’t need the event. The ‘Queeresima’ – 40 days of events – will culminate in the final parade on the beach on 29 June. But there’s more to the festival than music and drag queens.

Click here for gay travel resources in Sardinia, Italy.

SHANGHAI CELEBRATES FIVE YEARS OF PRIDE IN JUNE

And in Shanghai, China, the city will celebrate its fifth Gay Pride on June 14th. LGBT Weekly reports:

June 14 the LGBT community in Shanghai will come together to celebrate its fifth anniversary. The eight-day event will be host to the usual assorted revelry, shirtlessness and tight Lycra short shorts. But amid the festivities, a note of seriousness will underscore what many see as an accomplishment in and of itself. “A week-long string of events has been planned to boost the LGBT’s community position in China and raise awareness around LGBT themes including marriage equality, sexual health and societal acceptance,” note event organizers.

Click here for gay travel resources in China.