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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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For those who want the ULTIMATE cruise experience, this is it! My family booked this room and we were absolutely ENTHRALLED! The room is appointed very nicely and all the little touches add up. Spa quality shampoo, conditioner, sun burn lotion, etc ... Read more
This was my third cruise on RCI and the eight cruise total, but the best one yet. We arrived in Ft. Lauderdale on Friday the 20th of February, 2015 and it was 65 degrees. Took a cab to the Pelican Grand Noble hotel at 2000 N. Ocean Blvd., cost about ... Read more
My son book me and his mum a surprise birthday cruise . First time ever we had been on and its was fantastic . It's expensive but worth it.. 10000% worth it.. tips I would recommend to pay in advanced . Don't take too much cash on board expecting to ... Read more
My wife and I won this cruise as part of a promotional package after we attended a time-share presentation in Orlando. Overall, we had a wonderful time, but since we're both visually impaired (and my wife totally blind) and I have some walking ... Read more
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Embarkation: The Port of Galveston is not the most friendly locale from which to cruise. Parking lots are located a distance from the cruise terminals. Cruisers must take a shuttle from the parking lots to the terminal. When multiple ships are in ... Read more
We have sailed with Norwegian a few times as well as other cruise lines. We have always loved NCL. Food was great and we loved the freestyle. It was nice to have meals when you chose to after a day off the ship or sunbathing. The old standard way ... Read more
My husband, brother cousin and I were so looking forward tospending 14 days of sunshine on the Ryandam and its various destinations, moat of which we had seen on previous sailings. We embarked in Tampa, very efficient and looked forward to a nice ... Read more
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