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.Read Reviews for Cruises for the Disabled
A Beginner's Guide to Accessible CruisingLearn how to choose a cruise, manage shore tours and find the right travel agent.
Best Ships for Cruisers With DisabilitiesFind out which ships excel in accessible cabins, wheelchair-friendly spaces and accommodating crew.
Have Medical Condition, Will TravelTraveling with oxygen, diabetes and heart disease shouldn't stop you from cruising. Here are our expert tips for a healthy trip.
Had a wonderful experience with RCI's Serenade Of The Seas in May 2005. 11 years down the road, decided to bring my extended family to the cruise covering Port Klang, Malaysia and Phuket, Thailand. Day 1 - On embarkation, the lunch selections ... Read more
Great for special needs group; poor for special requestsericschofieldI was traveling with a group (14) of adults with special needs. The Breakaway staff were great when it came to accommodating our needs and generally were helpful. They went above and beyond to included the members of my group in all the activities. ... Read more
Not User Friendly; Hit and MissPapermoon4I chose this cruise for a last-minute escape from NYC; not for the ports or even the vessel itself. That said, this brand new ship is not always a user-friendly experience. I had a guarantee stateroom assigned by the line, so bear that in mind in ... Read more
I chose this cruise to celebrate my anniversary, NCL still gets excellent ratings so I went with them for our first cruise. The itinerary was Florida, Nassau and Great Stirrup Cay (yay!) Two weeks before departure, there was a departure from this - ... Read more
Nightmare CruiseNancy BowlingIt was an Anniversary cruise that was supposed to be aboard a luxury cruise ship with a wheelchair accessible accommodations. My husband was assured that he would be able to use his motorized scooter for excursions ( he used it twice) the scooter ... Read more
Usually love sailing with Royal Caribbean, but the Grandeur of the Seas has seen better days. The food was "meh" and the service in the dining room was so slow that even though we had dinner at 5:30pm, we were never done in time for the ... Read more
My wife and I wanted to visit the Caribbean islands on a smaller cruise ship. We found that Viking had the best prices, and the places we wanted to visit. It was the PERFECT choice. We sailed on the Viking Star which is just 1 1/2 years old, very ... Read more
- Scooter-friendly ports on Mexican Riviera cruise raindropsalways
- RCL cruise - Belize and Honduras Kremmen
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- accessable taxis at Caribbean ports Knolmom
- Using a cane on sandy beach and in the water? Knolmom