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The Atlantis cruise ship arrives in Vallarta with over 2,000 LGBT travelers

By Brenda Beltrán

October 24, 2022

The cruise ship Navigator of the Seas docked in Puerto Vallarta on Monday with 2,120 LGBTQ+ passengers and 1,287 staff members. They will stay the night in this city as there will be LGBTQ+- festivities taking place throughout the day.

The ship carries a group of passengers under the concept “Atlantis” 100% LGBT. During their annual visit to this port, beach clubs and nightclubs in Puerto Vallarta have exclusive events for them, but there are also shows, dinners and entertainment in general onboard the boat.


It is important to note that this trip left Los Angeles, California, on Friday and landed in Los Cabos on October 23, Puerto Vallarta on October 24 and 25, and will be at Mazatlan on October 25.

Since this is a segment that likes to spend, the economic revenue they leave behind is expected to be excellent.

Throughout the day groups of cruisers were coming down, some were taking transportation on their own, others were going into the stores, and many had already contracted the services they would need during their stay in this destination.





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