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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  • Spring Break
    This is the second time I cruise out of Long Beach to Catalina Island and Ensenada, the first time being on the Ecstasy. This time I went with my best friend who is wheel-chair bound. Her father dropped us at the Long Beach cruise terminal, and we ... Read more
  • Carnival is a great value and we wanted to try the new Vista. We loved it. It was totally handicap accessible for my son who is 16. He was able to get up to the Sports and Waterpark Deck on 12 which was great. We loved all of the shows. Flick ... Read more
  • We usually take vacation later in the year, but decided to try one during warmer months. Embarkation and disembarkation were fairly smooth as we required wheelchair assistance. Cruise terminal in NYC seems small because of the sheer volume of ... Read more
  • Booked while on our last cruise due to very positive previous experience .my husband was very pleased with the gym equipment.he also took advantage of message at the spa. many places available for different eating venues scattered throughout the ... Read more
  • Royal Caribbean is our favorite cruise line, the reason hands down is the staff they are over the top the best in all cruise lines secondly is the food and non stop continual delicious food the baltimore port could not be more accommodating ... Read more
  • This was a spring break trip with my family. This was our 5th cruise but 1st with RCL. We flew into Miami on the day the cruise was leaving since we booked the flights with Royal Caribbean. We arrived just fine and were put on a bus and taken to the ... Read more
  • Had a wonderful time :)
    I chose this Cruise line because there are quite a few older people on the Princess lines. My mother, who was on her first cruise, is 85 and I wanted her aound more people that were her age . She had a great time and loved the cruise. She met lots ... Read more
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