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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Port Canaveral (Orlando) -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Tortola -> St. Thomas -> Cruising -> Castaway Cay -> Port Canaveral (Orlando)
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Barcelona -> Valencia -> Alicante -> Cruising -> Malta (Valletta) -> Catania -> Positano (Amalfi) -> Rome (Civitavecchia)
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Istanbul -> Lemnos -> Cesme -> Bodrum -> Rhodes -> Santorini -> Spetsai -> Athens (Piraeus)
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Istanbul -> Lemnos -> Cesme -> Bodrum -> Rhodes -> Santorini -> Spetsai -> Athens (Piraeus) -> Monemvasia -> Katakolon (Olympia) -> Lefkada -> Corfu -> Dubrovnik -> Primosten -> Venice
We chose this cruise company as it was recommended by our local Travel Agent as being disabled friendly, we have 2 disabled children, one physically, one Autistic, so this seemed ideal solution. Never been on a cruise ship before so we thought it ... Read more
Well there is a reason Meds are prescribed and Jace the tour director needs to take as prescribed. Everything out of his mouth was at full speed Charlie Brown teacher talk. A little Ritalin would help the guests perhaps understand what we need to ... Read more
Only OK. Stevebbh
We chose this cruise to sample cruising. A week on board Britannia to see if we like it. All I can say is that it was good in parts. The bad bits first. The main pool area was a zoo. The buffet restaurant was like a service station canteen. The ... Read more
Outstanding talmarom
Don't listen to all the people who complained. It's a brand new ship that was inaugurated only in May 2016, it looks new,it smells new and it is new! Very good, excellent service, food was beyond expectations. Family room was a little bit ... Read more
This was a first time cruise that I was persuaded to go on by my nephew. I went with my sister and her family and my 82 year old Mum who needed to use a wheelchair. Boarding process was easy having filled in all paperwork online pre cruise ... Read more
We previously took an RC cruise to Alaska, which was wonderful (as well as a Caribbean cruise on another line), and several members of our 9-person group have taken multiple cruises. I think we all agreed that this was the worst cruise any of us ... Read more
We took the Torgil for a cruise on the Douro. I commend the staff who executed the Viking program with professionalism and efficiency. I also will say that the cabin was quite nice although I would have liked the bird poop and other dirt to have ... Read more
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