LGBT Cruise Holidays
We have selected these cruises and tailor-made cruise holidays based on destinations and cruise brands that are LGBT friendly. We work closely with our cruise line partners to ensure our LGBT guests will have an enjoyable time and feel welcome and comfortable on board.
LGBT holidaymakers have voted Celebrity Cruises as "No. 1" more than any other cruise line. Celebrity Cruises won the following awards for the third consecutive year in the MeetMeOnboard.com's "CRUIZIE Awards."
- Best Large Ship Cruise Line
- Best Overall Food Experience
- Best Overall Ship Décor
- Most Comfortable Cabins
- Best Onboard Spa Facilities
Additionally, Celebrity Cruises won the "Best for LGBT" Award in the 2017 Wave Awards, from World of Cruising magazine. View a selction of cruises below or go to their main page for further details - Celebrity Cruises
If ever there was a place to return to and delve deeper, it’s Rome. Explore hidden piazzas, opulent baroque churches, and classical ruins. Not to mention the best of Italian fashion.
Enjoy the best of the western Mediterranean on this modern luxury cruise with premium economy flights from private terminal in Stansted
10 July 2017
for 12 days
£1,954 pp incl. flights / Ocean View Stateroom
£2,142 pp incl. flights / Deluxe Oceanview …
£2,179 pp incl. flights / Deluxe Oceanview …
Rome • Nice • Málaga • Ibiza • Rome
In the middle of the Cote d’Azur, Nice has long attracted writers and artists. Arm yourself with a scoop of lavender and vanilla ice cream and stroll down the Promenade des Anglais.
The Galapagos Islands are unlike anywhere else on earth - an exotic haven of flora and fauna, where the interference of humans has been kept to an absolute minimum.
This unique cruise will feature the finest selection of talent from Opera, Musical Theatre and classical music ever assembled on a ship.
19 May 2018
for 8 days
£1,890 pp / Inside Stateroom
£1,990 pp / Oceanview Stateroom
£2,090 pp / Deluxe Ocean View - …
Southampton • At Sea • At Sea • Bilbao • Southampton
From the highlands of Scotland to the north of Ireland, and down south to the French-influenced Channel Islands, every UK port has a rich maritime history, a local speciality and a pub.