Cruises for Disabled Passengers

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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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A Beginner's Guide to Accessible Cruising A Beginner's Guide to Accessible Cruising
Learn how to choose a cruise, manage shore tours and find the right travel agent.
Best Ships for Cruisers With Disabilities Best Ships for Cruisers With Disabilities
Find out which ships excel in accessible cabins, wheelchair-friendly spaces and accommodating crew.
Have Medical Condition, Will Travel Have Medical Condition, Will Travel
Traveling with oxygen, diabetes and heart disease shouldn't stop you from cruising. Here are our expert tips for a healthy trip.
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Shanghai -> Jelu Island -> Fukuoka -> Cruising -> Shanghai
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Whittier -> Cruising -> Skagway -> Juneau -> Ketchikan -> Cruising -> Vancouver
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Tokyo -> Cruising -> Pusan (Kyongju) -> Kagoshima -> Kochi -> Shimizu -> Tokyo -> Cruising -> Kushiro -> Sakhalin -> Otaru -> Hakodate -> Aormori -> Cruising -> Tokyo
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Tokyo -> Cruising -> Pusan (Kyongju) -> Kagoshima -> Kochi -> Shimizu -> Tokyo
I organized a group for a craniofacial theme cruise (craniofacial birth defects), called Fabulous Faces at Sea: The 2016 Craniofacial Cruise. I ended up hosting a 17-member group. My travel agent (who also has a granddaughter with the same ... Read more
Bermuda Shorts thiawroane
Chose this cruise because it was on wife's birthday, the pier (Port Liberty, Bayonne NJ), and the class (Quantum). The drive was 90 minutes from home, but the pier wasted a good 30-45 minutes in traffic. There is literally one way in and one way ... Read more
Recently returned from Baltic Capitals cruise on board Saga Sapphire which was our first experience with Saga. Everything from being collected at the door to returning home was extremely well organised and went smoothly. The cabin on deck 10 which ... Read more
We chose this cruise because it included Alaskan waterways and land cruise. Departure city of Vancouver was a plus, so we arrived a day early to tour and that was not enough. Disembarkation went fast and smooth because we chose a city tour that ... Read more
German river and cities cruise
Having been on a Fred Olsen cruise before and seeing this one departing from my home port of Belfast. Being a regular cruiser I was aware the check in system is normally the worst experience. This was much better and when we arrived there was no ... Read more
First time cruisers Carol Merrett
My husband and I were first time cruisers so didn't know what to expect. We booked the cruise because we thought it was good value. We were on the Carnival Spirit that left Sydney to the South Pacific for 12 nights. We had a balcony on level 4. ... Read more
25th Anniversary Cruise Paul Watson-Rigg
We are celebrating 25 years together this year & decided on an extra special holiday. After 6 nights in New York we returned to the UK in style. We booked 3 of the nights in New York with Cunard, which I have reviewed elsewhere ... Read more
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