The Cruise – Cruising on the Gay Love Boat

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The Cruise – Cruising on the Gay Love Boat

(Blogmensgo, gay blog of May 30, 2016) What begins in 40 days (on July 9) and ends in 47 days (on July 16)? What connects the solid ground with the water? What seems expensive but actually offers great value for the money? The answer to all these questions is: The Cruise, the gay cruise by La Demence.

For a stake of 1332 to 4432 EUR, participants got their tickets for the Sovereign and will cruise through the Mediterranean Sea. Here is a small appetizer video:

The ship leaves from Andalusia (Spain), stops in Ibiza and Barcelona and ends in Andalusia again. In between, the central theme will be party, fun and good times.

You can find more information on the website of The Cruise, on its Facebook page and on the MensGo event page.

Interested? If you want to make a reservation, you can do so – but only for next year’s cruise. This year’s trip is already completely sold out.

The 2324 participants will be on a great ship with two swimming pools, three restaurants, five stories and all kinds of sports, wellness and leisure-time facilities.

Not to forget the 1000 single gay guys from 89 nationalities – and 1162 cabins…

This gay cruise is organized for the sixth time this year. Hardly anyone except Thierry Coppens, the owner of the Brussels club La Demence, was expecting such a success in 2010.

Six years ago, he started the project, initially called “La Demence Cruise” and had to give away one third of the tickets to make the cruise happen. Today, the event (now called The Cruise) has become so popular that it sells out very quickly. In the meantime, a number of other gay cruise operators have come and gone.

Bon voyage ! Have a nice trip! Gute Reise!

Frank-S / MensGo

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