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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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We travelled from Melbourne through Port Lincoln to Adelaide. These are the points we feel important to mention to anyone contemplating Pacific Jewel vessel for cruises. Good things: 1. Some friendly staff. 2. We did not poison ourselves with ... Read more
16 of us just sailed on voyager of the seas on a 3 night sampler.We had been on the 1 night in novemeber 2013 and vowed never to go with this ship again but we did. We had read all the previous negative reveiws and thought what have we done . Well ... Read more
So disgusted with RCCL! We are Emerald cruisers and were so disappointed with Quantum of the Seas. Getting on the ship at Bayonne which used to be easy was horrible. You have to park far away now and there was no handicapped parking! Then you have ... Read more
We really enjoy cruising and we have always, repeat, always enjoyed NCL cruises. But this was our first cruise on a mega ship, and you should know that I use both a wheelchair and a scooter. Whoever designed the Epic knew nothing about people with ... Read more
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My perspective is from a wheelchair-user. Check-in was very good, quick and easy. Upon entering the ship the sheer size and amount of people (it was a packed ship; 4500 capacity) is overwhelming. This eases up a bit, but it really feel much crowder ... Read more
My wife and I boarded the Oasis after spending 11 nights on the Legend Of The Seas. To say there is a major contrast is an understatement! Crowd control is non existant until thins settle down the next day. Upon boardin which was a smooth process we ... Read more
Our first time on Celebrity and I'm concerned about inconsistency. My impression is Celebrity is suppose to be a a higher end cruise line and my first experience over all was good. - Let me start with embarkation, we parked at the pier in the open ... Read more
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