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Drag Queens LGBTQ Antarctica Cruise

By Charlotte Robinson, December 20, 2022

VACAYA led nearly 200 LGBTQ global explorers on December 7th from Ushuaia, Argentina for their two & a half day crossing of the Drake Passage where at 5:12P on December 10th they stepped foot on “The Ice” in Neko Harbor, Antarctica making history with the first successful all LGBTQ expedition cruise to Antarctica. Randle Roper VACAYA Co-founder stated, “It’s taken over 200 years of Antarctic exploration to get here, but with VACAYA, the LGBT+ community has now officially left their mark on the 7th continent! The incredible work of the VACAYA team, our Expedition Leaders & our fearless Captain made this journey possible.” Out & proud Le Boreal Captain Florian Richard added, “I thank VACAYA for such an open minded & fun sailing. I’m proud to be a part of this history-making expedition.” Christopher Chandler-Liu of Washington, DC concluded, “Even at 28 years old, it’s really fantastic to be able to check off this most bucket-y of bucket list destinations, recognizing I’ve had incredible fortune to explore a place on earth so few people ever get to experience. I would have never been able to do this without VACAYA. I am now part of LGBT+ travel history & am humbled by the magnitude of this moment. Antarctica changes you in incalculable ways & my world will never be the same.” VACAYA pronounced vuh-kai’-uh is a fresh new approach to LGBT+ travel. VACAYA charters entire ships & resorts so LGBTQ travelers have the freedom to express their individuality, make personal connections, celebrate life, rev up or simply relax… together. 

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