SIRENS' CALL

Join The Divas Of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” On The High Seas

We always though drag queens were like cats—they hated water. But looking at the passenger list for the Drag Stars at Sea cruise this winter, you’d think they were all The Little Mermaid‘s Ursula the Sea Witch.

The Caribbean Adventure: Revenge of the Wench cruise, organized by AlandChuckTravel.com, is aboard the Carnival Glory, which will depart December 2 from Miami and make stops in Nassau, St. John, St. Thomas, San Juan and Turks and Caicos.

Among the 40 RuPaul‘s Drag Race winners and contenders joining the fun are Alexis Mateo, Bebe Zahara Benet, Carmen Carrera, Chad Michaels, Delta Work, Dida Ritz, Jessica Wild, Stacey Layne Matthews,  Tyra Sanchez, Jiggly Caliente (at right), Jujubee, Latrice Royale, Madame LaQueer, Manila Luzon, Mimi Imfurst, Morgan McMichaels, Pandora Boxx, Phi Phi O’Hara, Raja, Rebecca Glasscock, Sahara Davenport, Shangela and Sharon Needles—plus Drag Race judge Michelle Visage.

Damn, they’re gonna need another boat just for all the girdles!

 

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5 Comments

  • Edgar

    May I call you Jiggly?

  • Delius

    Clearly Queerty is on the dole here. How many of these posts are thinly veiled advertisements?
    Please stop masquerading your concern for gay issues when you’re merely an advertisement for gay cruise lines, etc.

  • realgay

    Even though I’m not going on the cruise I’m glad they are bringing a variety of drag queens. I think almost all of them are really talented.

  • Spike

    @Delius: @Delius: Ya think? While on the opposite side of the gay cruise spectrum, Queerty looks for every opportunity to report on and bash Atlantis Cruises whom clearly do not advertise here, altho COORS does.

    Lets see, 950K drag queens on the Carnival Ship GLORY . . hole . . . HA HA HA HA, how old that that joke get after 7 days? I’ll stick with Atlantis, thanks.

  • anon

    And I just knew the ship’s name had to be S.S. Queen. Silly me.

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