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Gay Star Travel Expo 2015 exhibitor profile: Atlantic Pride

Gay Star Travel Expo 2015 exhibitor profile: Atlantic Pride

The Gay Star Travel Expo returns to London’s Heaven nightclub next week, on January 17 – and just one of the special guests at this one-stop travel shop will be Atlantic Pride.

The gay cruise line offers an intimate holiday with only 540 passengers, promising a friendly and relaxed atmosphere aboard its luxury ship, The Voyager.

Unveiling a new 16-day cruise from the Caribbean to the Canaries, Atlantic Pride will be offering an epic Atlantic voyage with a dazzling on board experience from April 25 to May 10 2016 for just £1,299.

Starting in Bridgetown Barbados, the ship’s next stop is the beautiful and romantic St Lucia where those on board can take a thrilling open-top Jeep safari through the rainforest and into coffee and banana plantations.

There is then a six-day crossing, during which time passengers can enjoy all the facilities on board which include restaurants, pools and jacuzzis as well as live music and great guest speakers.

The next stop is Sao Vicente, Mindelo off the coast of West Africa, which is an intoxicating blend of African and Latin vibes, then onto Praia, Cape Verde to explore the diverse landscape of volcanic rock, green valleys and beautiful beaches.

After three more days of sailing the Atlantic, the cruise culminates in a stop in beautiful Santa Cruz and finally Las Palmas, Gran Canaria for Maspalomas Pride, one of the largest events on the island – which includes a whole week of live shows and a spectacular parade.

For bookings made at the Expo, Atlantic Pride will be offering on board credit of up to £100.00 per cabin depending on cabin grade.

To visit the official Atlantic Pride website, click here.

For more information about the Gay Star Travel Expo, click here. To register your attendance at the Expo via the official Eventbrite page, and be in with a chance of winning a trip for two to Vienna for the Eurovision Song Contest finals, click here.

Words: Kagweni Micheni

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