This article appeared on gay.com:
"Gay men are known to be expert cruisers, but how about the rest of the queer spectrum? Well, when you're talking about adventures on the high seas, the LGBT community has some of the most enthusiastic "cruisers" around! But when choosing among the bewildering number of mainstream cruising possibilities and charted adventures, it's nice to know companies are offering more than just a pocket to fill with your pink dollars. The following companies continue to actively market to and create a welcoming environment for gay cruisers through sensitivity training, personalized gay-tertainment options and concessions for gay tour operators.
The 2007 PlanetOut Travel Award for best cruise company goes to: Cunard!
Coupling with RSVP in 2007 for the first all-gay transatlantic cruise (leaving from New York on May 29), Cunard Lines gives a new definition to the phrase "Oh, Mary!" Steeped in tradition and old-world ambiance, the venerable fleet continues to offer top-notch service melded with upper-class amenities and itineraries aboard the Queen Mary 2, the grandest/largest cruise ship around, as well as on its smaller ships (although the QM2 is the most gay-friendly, with the Commodore Lounge even unofficially nicknamed "Commodorothy"). (www.cunard.com)"