When a cruise ship is really great, we know cruisers who will skip a port day just to stay onboard and enjoy the vessel when it’s less crowded. Here are 5 new cruise ships and lines we’re looking forward to exploring. One of them is not technically new–but the Cuba cruise itinerary is newly on-trend (and that’s one destination we will be going ashore)
We sailed aboard Celebrity Solstice, from Vancouver, BC, to Hawaii–the first leg of her semi-annual repositioning cruise between summer-Alaska and winter-Australia voyages. This itinerary provided five full sea days; ample time for us to both sleep, play, and really experience the ship day after day
Meet a gay couple who say that last-minute bookings can be cheaper than staying home—you have to find a budget cruise, but that doesn’t always mean a lower-end ship/line. These guys have 7 cruises booked over the next few months!
Other large-ship cruise lines, and passengers who have never cruised with Celebrity, may wonder how Celebrity has gained such popularity within the LGBT community. We pose the question to members of the MeetMeOnBoard Facebook Group. Here’s some of what what Celebrity fans there have to say about what has made Celebrity Cruises a gay favorite