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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  • Surprised
    sideshow015
    The trip was great, the service was excellent. There were a few items that were brought to my eye. Tables in the on deck aft quarter, always felt sticky to my touch. Crumbs and dried up Ketchup was noted on more than one occasion. (always aft ... Read more
  • We chose this cruise to celebrate our 25th anniversary. We had been to Bahamas twice and chose eastern Caribbean to do something different. The carnival magic was an excellent choice. From the entertainment, to the restraints, to the clubs and bars, ... Read more
  • We just got off the Majesty after going to Nassau and Coco Cay. This was our 3rd cruise so our only comparisons are to a Carnival cruise 6yrs ago and a week on the Oasis last year. We took our 7yr old son this time so wanted something short to see ... Read more
  • Thomson Majesty - Just Majestic!
    Goldiewing
    Going on a cruise has been on my "bucket" list since visiting the port at Palma de Mallorca 12 years ago. My husband decided that the occasion of my 60th birthday was right for a surprise cruise as a present. He couldn't have chosen ... Read more
  • Good for families and seniors
    curious adventurer
    An extended family picked this trip to do as a family birthday celebration. + The activities for kids were fantastic! + Also, the seniors seemed to love the shows. + And all the staff & services were superb! However, I wish ... Read more
  • Fabulous cruise
    Story girl
    We wanted to go to Cuba for a few days. Miami is an easy port. The ship is is great shape, well maintained though not new. My room was very comfortable, food lovely and entertainment wonderful. The crew provided great service. We especially ... Read more
  • Great Ship, Senior Citizens
    bluocean
    We choose this particular cruise and ship because we wanted to see Bermuda. The Summit is a 91,000 ton ship with around 2,000 passengers which makes this ship less crowded and easy to get around. The ages on the ship for this cruise was 90% ... Read more
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