Cruises for Disabled Passengers

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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  • Very Disappointing Cruise
    One of our large group liked Royal Caribbean and we agreed to try it. We usually sail on Celebrity. The ship was fine and our rooms were good. The stateroom attendant we had was good although other family members on another floor had a bad ... Read more
  • After reading many of the reviews, I was nervous about our upcoming trip on the Anthem. I was traveling with my 3 adult children including one who was severally mentally and physically disabled and in a wheelchair. She is also incontinent We had ... Read more
  • The ship may be small but kept clean, the staff super friendly, and always willing to hep. The dining room is set up so you feel you are dining in style, they have a complimentary Brunch on the Day at Sea, it was very well done, free Mimosa and the ... Read more
  • port of tampa was Chaos. not enough info from NCL on where to go, so we spent time in 3 different lines before we got to where we SHOULD have been. Then the cards didnt work and we had to wait another 1/2 hour while they straightened that out... ... Read more
  • This was the very first cruise for both my 17 year old son and I. He has moderate autism spectrum disorder and global developmental delays, so I was very anxious about our trip. We chose the 5 day cruise out of Galveston for our first one due to ... Read more
  • Loved the Anthem!
    So I decided to booked the Anthem for a Bahama cruise last minute for us (3 months before). I chose this ship because it departed from NJ and we live 30 minutes from port so no flying. We really had fun with the activities like the bumper cars, IFly ... Read more
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