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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.
87% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
Bayonne (Cape Liberty) -> Cruising -> Boston -> Portland (Maine) -> Bar Harbor -> Rockland -> Cruising -> Halifax -> Cruising -> Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island) -> Cruising -> Quebec City -> Quebec City
85% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
Beijing -> Cruising -> Jelu Island -> Pusan (Kyongju) -> Santorini -> Nagasaki -> Cruising -> Okinawa -> Cruising -> Hong Kong -> Hong Kong -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) -> Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) -> Cruising -> Singapore
74% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
Istanbul -> Kavala -> Thessaloniki -> Volos -> Mykonos -> Rhodes -> Rhodes -> Marmaris -> Kusadasi -> Patmos -> Athens (Piraeus)
We only booked this cruise because we both wanted to see Jersey and Guernsey, unfortunately that didn't happen. We choice to park at tilbury and this was a brilliant service the staff at the car park were very helpful and gave clear ... Read more
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My wife (Cunard-1, Carnival-3 cruises) and I (Cunard-1, Carnival-2 cruises) are 44 and 47 and we sailed without the kids for our 10th anniversary celebration. We drove to New York from the Toronto, Canada area and found cheap ($10 a day) parking at ... Read more
As of this cruise, we have been on eight cruises with our daughter, with the first cruise being when she was almost two years old. Much has been written about the Pearl. Your overall experience, will depend on whether your personality matches that ... Read more
I'm a Latitudes member and this was my second NCL third is already booked for February. We wanted to go to Bermuda and even though the Dawn leaves from Boston (my hometown), I really wanted to try a larger ship as I've only traveled on ... Read more
We went In a couple and my daughter and her boyfriend . Our room have a small balcony ( we are used to cruise with Royal Caribeann or Celebrity ) and was not very big, but it had all we need to be confortable. What we liked more was the variety ... Read more
Well, they don't believe in ADA laws or at the minimum are very noncompliant. They have no problem moving rooms on people without notification. I had to bring it to their attention (at different times) that there was no shower gel (the first day ... Read more
Carnival Legend. What can I say? Decor: Tacky. Food: Average at best (had me wishing I could be at home to cook my own meals). Entertainment: Average to Decent. Musicals were OK, but did not appreciate the juggler joking about his ... Read more
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