• BSO: Passenger Who Fell from Oasis of the Seas Threatened to Jump Overboard

    The 31-year-old passenger whose plunge from the cruise ship Oasis of the Seas was caught on cellphone videos had threatened to jump overboard seconds before he ran toward the balcony of his stateroom, investigators said Monday.

  • Cruising on Pied Piper’s Post-Thanksgiving Cruise

    I’ve always looked at those pictures from the all-gay cruises and thought, “I wish they had these when I was younger.” The ads are all filled with guys with perfect bodies, perfect abs, perfect pecs, and perfect, unlined faces and, let’s just say I’m not any of those. 

  • Did Anti-gay Remarks Lead Man to Fall Off Cruise Ship?

    How Bernardo Albaz came to fall off a Royal Caribbean cruise ship early Friday morning? Did the out gay Brazilian jump or did he fall off in an altercation with the ship's crew prompted by homophobic comments?

  • Gay Cruise Returns to Port

    A gay cruise returned to Miami after two people required medical emergency attention. The RSVP Vacations Cruise had been out to sea for one day before reversing course and returning to port in Miami to offload two as yet unidentified men.

  • LGBTQ Filmmakers Hit High Seas on Pride of the Ocean Film Festival

    More than 60 LGBTQ filmmakers, directors, writers and cinema fans from across the country departed Fort Lauderdale on Feb. 25 aboard the Royal Caribbean Allure of the Seas on the 11th annual Pride of the Ocean Film Festival.

  • Pied Piper Cruise #2: Island Hopping

    In my last column I wrote about my first cruise with an LGBT tour group, the Pied Piper Post-Thanksgiving cruise. To my delight, it was not all about pretty boys in skimpy swimsuits (but there were plenty of those available). After a day at sea we reached our first port of call, and from then on, the pattern was; explore a port, board the ship and party while we sailed to the next island. Now let’s focus on the all the fun shipboard and at the Caribbean ports of call.

  • Rainbow Waves: 4 LGBTQ-Friendly Cruise Lines For 2019

    (EDGE) Why travel to one destination when you can experience an entire region? (Or the world, if your budget will allow?) It's no secret that queers love to travel. According to a recent survey, 77 percent of LGBTQ travelers have a valid passport, compared to 42 percent of our straight counterparts.