"Ports of call were good - not excellent! Why stop at locations that have nothing to offer? An example woud be Hilo, Hawaii.
The destination personnel were not well trained. Priority guests were not treated..."Read More
1-10 of 422 Australia & New Zealand Cruises for the Disabled Cruise Reviews
We chose this cruise as we were going to Australia and wanted to visit New Zealand whilst we were in that part of the world. So we went to Brisbane to board the ship and first of all it was a fiasco at the port, there seemed no organisation and there were queues galore and nobody seemed to know why. Anyway after a very, very long wait we eventually boarded the ship, the SEA PRINCESS which seemed ...
My wife and son and myself choose this cruise as it left from Melbourne our home city easier we thought.
We found the ship to be leaking and the age group on boat old honestly if you didn't have a walking frame or walking stick or even a ride on bike you felt out of place no offense to anyone just not our thing.
As this was the age demagraffic the activities on board suited them ...
We boarded the Ruby princess in Auckland for a 14 night cruise over new years all the way to Sydney.
As we boarded the ship which was fine & easy to do, there were no offices to greet us just custom people, ( in the past we have always been greeted by offices ) made our way to our balcony cabin on deck 11, our room service man was there, nice enough man, I asked what type of animal would he ...