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63 P&O Cruises for the Disabled Cruise Reviews

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The potential to be a brilliant ship. However, it did have a split deck (deck 6) and lacked a good size promenade deck ... Read more
Seating by Lifts World travel
just returned from my first cruise, was an amazing experience. my disability prevented me from leaving ship but so ... Read more
AZURA Knowles.s78
Excellent trip.highlights ville France, ajaccio and cadiz was 5 star food in restaurant's very good, more choice ... Read more
Disappointing xannyyx
The ship is beautiful but I found it to be very unorganized. . Cabin . Service . Lifts . My total bill . ... Read more
Aurora for All! Gardenseat
What do a 50+ year old male ex-teacher, a 40+ year old female with significant mobility problems and a 19 year old ... Read more
Brilliant Britannia! Stellamax09
I was a little apprehensive after reading the negative reviews on here. I needn't have worried. The ship is fabulous ... Read more
Arcadia J609 Sybella
We are recently returned from another delightful cruise on Arcadia. She is our favourite ship and it feels like coming ... Read more
Im 22 years old going on my second cruise with my family including my 80 year old nan who needed a wheelchair for the ... Read more
We've just got back from a 7 night fjord cruise on Britannia. Its a lovely ship and didn't feel as large as the ... Read more
p AND o ARE THE 3RD different CRUISE LINE WE HAVE BEEN ON AND they are by far the best for wheelchair users. I slso ... Read more
This was our first cruise on P&O as we have previously cruised with Carnival, Thompson and Princess. We chose to ... Read more
Me and my sister have just returned from this cruise and thoroughly enjoyed it. It was my sisters first cruise and she ... Read more
We booked this cruise because it is a new ship with the P&O fleet. We had been to these ports last August so the ... Read more
Horrendous in every way Eagles2liverpool1
Accessible Cabin C514 Just returned today extremely dissatisfied. Excessive noise from both cabin all night long ... Read more
This was our first cruise ever - a 'gift' for our wedding anniversary. We were put in cabin B344, an inner one. ... Read more
As a fortieth wedding anniversary treat we booked cruise J503 on Arcadia. Denise, my wife is wheelchair bound and this ... Read more
We were so disappointed with the trip we have just come back from on the brand new Britannia liner. my wife is ... Read more
An excellent start to cruising. The flight from Manchester was ridiculously early which meant our first day was a bit ... Read more
Background We are two guys who decided to take our respective Mums on Britannia to celebrate their 80th Birthdays. ... Read more
Background We are two guys who decided to take our respective Mums on Britannia to celebrate their 80th Birthdays. ... Read more
Voyage to Venice joeholiday2
Just a bit of background.... We have cruised with NCL once, around a dozen times with Thomson and this is our third ... Read more
Adonia is a very nice ship Apart from the good food on this trip Entertainment is of a high standard. The crew are ... Read more
Arcadia cruise 9-20 December 2014 cruise J421 Our first impression was a good one as we arrived at the new Mayflower ... Read more
The Worst Cruise of My Life
Myself and my disabled wife paid £3000 for a twelve night trip aboard Arcadia sailing from Southampton back to ... Read more
We went on the Ventura on 8th November, there were 8 people in our party, one of which were wheelchair bound. Some of ... Read more

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