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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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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
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I have just returned from my first ever solo cruise. was worried about being on my own but need never have worried. signed up to a cc roll call and at the meet and greet met some great new friends who were really greatand always took the time to ... Read more
This was our third trip to Bermuda and we loved every minute of it. We had a room with a veranda on the starboard side and were treated to a great view of the island and the beautiful welcoming wharf. The people of Bermuda are as friendly and ... Read more
Disappointed midwestener
I was disappointed in the cruise based on the lack of amenities that were on board ship for folks with mobility issues the hot tubs and pools were not equipped with zero entry ramps or even stairs anyone with mobility issues can't really use any of ... Read more
Great Cruise Jems797
My wife and I are in our late 50s and have done 21 cruises mainly RC, Celebrity, and Princess. We were some of the youngest on the ship. If you are young, single, and looking for action do not do a transatlantic cruise in April. We like Ft. ... Read more
Horrendous in every way Eagles2liverpool1
Accessible Cabin C514 Just returned today extremely dissatisfied. Excessive noise from both cabin all night long & surrounding crew service areas until 2 o'clock in the morning. Lifts unacceptable for wheelchair use, far too small, unable ... Read more
1st time on NCL CharlesOK
We are a late 60's couple married 46 years with at least 14 prior cruises to our credit, 5 long cruises across the Atlantic with lots of sea days. This was a much anticipated cruise with lots of research including the McCullough book "Path ... Read more
I am a first time cruiser traveling with a parent in a wheelchair. Direct flight from eastern US (Atlanta) with no stay in Honolulu before the cruise, straight from the airport to the ship. Flight landed about 2:40, got to the ship about 4:00. ... Read more
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