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Old September 19th, 2005, 07:37 AM
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Default Which agency should I choose for my first all-gay cruise?

It seems that there are three agencies that provide all-gay cruises for men: Atlantis, RSVP, and Windjammer. Have any of you traveled with these agencies? How do they compare? Since gay cruises seem to be more expensive than other cruises, I don't want to make a mistake when I select a cruise. What has been your experience?
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Old September 20th, 2005, 03:32 PM
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Tony, one of our readers, Ian, wrote a great article recently about the Atlantis experience. Here is the link:


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Old September 30th, 2005, 06:31 PM
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Hi Tony,

I've traveled with both RSVP and Atlantis and they're very similar.
Maybe a bit younger, overall, with Atlantis. But, maybe a little more organized with RSVP.
Atlantis is more casual. RSVP still has formal nights, but Atlantis doesn't, which I like. Some people like bringing their tuxes, though.
This is talking about their large ships, though. Some of the smaller sailings are not formal on RSVP.
Windjammer is more casual. I've never been, but, have had clients on them and they've had fun.
If you're going as a single, I'd suggest one of the RSVP or Atlantis large ships. More single guys on those than on the smaller ships.
Hope that helps.
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Old October 22nd, 2005, 01:14 PM
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There is a great agency that my partner and I use, **Edited for commercial content - please email poster directly** and they offer REBATES on Atlantis, RSVP and most other cruises. We were on the Atlantis Barcelona cruise last year and had a blast!
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