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Cruising for Disabled Passengers

Cruises can be great vacations for disabled passengers. Travelers in wheelchairs or with other physical challenges, as well as people with medical conditions, can read about which ships are best for handling disabilities, what services cruise ships provide and what kind of pre-cruise preparation they should do.

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Budapest -> Budapest -> Vienna -> Durnstein (Krems) -> Passau -> Regensburg -> Roth -> Nuremberg -> Bamberg -> Wurzburg -> Bernkastel-Kues -> Trier -> Remich
74% Loved It
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San Francisco -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Juneau -> Cruising -> Haines -> Ketchikan -> Cruising -> Victoria -> Cruising -> San Francisco
74% Loved It
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New Orleans -> Cruising -> Cozumel -> Cruising -> New Orleans
lorifl2 reviewed this same cruise taken the week before ours. I will only write about different experiences, so read hers too. This was our first cruise, so we can't compare to other lines. Scroll to the end for details on accessibility and gluten ... Read more
Mediocre...not great turtleboxer@hotmail.com
06/16
I sailed Carnival in 2016 and Norwegian in 2016. Since Norwegian was about 2K more expensive, I was expecting a much better cruise. Unfortunately, I didn't find that to be the case. It wasn't terrible, it was fair but not better. I would rather ... Read more
06/16
If you want to be around other people and develop new friendships this is the cruise line for you. We also loved the fantastic service given from the crew from very friendly crew members that are recruited from colleges across the US. They are the ... Read more
06/16
We have sailed Windstar 5 or 6 times in the past and always had a great experience. So when it came to going on a special trip with my Mom the cruise line was an easy choice. I left the cruise itinerary up to Mom to pick. She selected Glitter and ... Read more
Poor cruise experience. sitecer@gmail.com
06/16
This was the third cruise in recent years and by far our worst experience. The boat was over crowded and nearly impossible for handicapped personnel to access an elevator to move between decks particularly in conjunction with excursions, meals or ... Read more
This was our 14th cruise on Carnival on by far it was the best, the crew very nice very polite. We took family with and this was their first cruise ever, and from the looks on the faces they had a good time. As for the wife and myself our second ... Read more
Having cruised before with RCI I was so looking forward to this cruise as it was only a short flight to Southhampton and the short journey to port. I was looking forward to the good service I received before. Not going into everything as I am ... Read more
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