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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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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
Tha Bucket List for Sis in-law rbdickson@gmail.com
07/16
I personally wasn't expecting a lot because we are spoiled from the larger cruise lines that we have traveled in the past but this trip was put together by my sister in-law who has stage 4 cancer and it was on her Bucket List to go on a cruise ship ... Read more
Island Princess to Alaska California 100
07/16
Had a good deal that included gratuities and one speciality dining. Also toured Glacier Bay. Had a mini suite on Dolphin deck mid ship which was great. Plenty of room. There were laundreymats on board. $3..00 each for washing and drying and $1.50 ... Read more
We chose this cruise particularly because of the ports of call. Embarkation and disembarkation were very quick with no waiting. Everything about our cruise was amazing. Our balcony cabin was very spacious and had plenty of storage space. The ... Read more
We selected this cruise ship because it had good reviews for teenagers & we were bringing 2 teenage granddaughters. Our biggest problem on this cruise was related to our youngest granddaughter who is 12, & suffers from Cebral Palsy which ... Read more
Background on us; we are a early 30's married couple traveling with no children. We are from the south and we flew to NYC to get to this ship. Our normal summer vacation is a few days at an all inclusive resort, although we've both been on 1 ... Read more
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