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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  • Good for a short trip.
    Terri64
    This was a mother daughter trip. We chose this ship based on the length of the cruise and the fact that it left from Cape Canaveral (which was driveable). The ship was small enough that my elderly mother could navigate it well enough. The layout of ... Read more
  • Best Cruise EVER!
    telecomgirl
    Everything was exceptional! The Staff, the accommodations, check-in and out process. Food was unbelievable and there were so many games and activities, we couldn't do it all! The shows are top-notch (especially the production staff) and there are ... Read more
  • First & Last with Costa Cruise
    StephyTheDreamer
    I choose this cruise because I wanted to try a different experience and I expected a little more from an old, Italian ship. I have cruised before Star Cruise Virgo & Gemini. I would say they are so much better. Bascially, it is just like any ... Read more
  • Overall a Relaxing Cruise
    Stoney Randall
    Wait staff in dining room provided excellent service and attention, as did room steward. The food on the cruise was extremely good except for the pizza in Sorrentos. Only once did I see the deli bar open next to them. Music on this cruise left ... Read more
  • Onboard this cruise for Buddy Cruise 2017. Embarkation was very smooth Ship was clean and easy to navigate Tons to do between the Buddy Cruise schedule and the cruise compass LOTS of dancing Food phenomenal Ricky Matthews Cruise ... Read more
  • The ship was impressive. Overall we had a great time and was impressed with the ship. Embarking with a handicapped person could have been handled better but debarkation was great. The ship gave you plenty to do. The ports were wonderful and love ... Read more
  • We finally decided to pull the trigger on an Oasis class ship. Last year we sailed on the Freedom and found that though its much larger than the ships we normally cruise that it wasn't as daunting a prospect as thought it might be. On Oasis, there's ... Read more