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Picks of the week: Gay cruises

Cruising the nautical way

Credit: Atlantis Events
I know what you’re thinking: Stick a bunch of scantily clad gay men on a boat for a week with techno music and free-flowing piña coladas, and you’ve got yourself a floating bathhouse with an all-you-can-eat buffet.
But gay cruises don’t have to be 24-hour circuit parties.
Cruising — as in on a boat, not as in a late-night encounter in the park — can be as relaxing or as raunchy as you want it to be.
The boats have a variety of activities to accommodate every passenger, so you don’t have to be a circuit queen to get your money’s worth.

Since 1991, Atlantis Events has hosted gay cruises that offer passengers the chance to relax however they want. If that means lounging by the pool with a good book while sipping mai tais with your pinkie proudly extended, you can do that. If you would rather let some good-natured gents run a train on you, you can do that too.