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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  • Cruise to Nowhere
    Our Bermuda trip was sadly detoured because of hurricane Florence. We were OK with going to Bahamas, but at the last minute, we didn't stop there. It was upsetting that we didn't get any credits for missing ports. My friend on Carnival received ... Read more
  • Discovery was good
    We went on this cruise because we had been on the Marella Dream in June, we had such a good time on the Dream we decided to go on the Discovery, so we could compare the two. we enjoyed both to be honest, although the Dream is smaller and older ship ... Read more
  • The ship is a smaller on then the P&O Jewel and the P&O Dawn which makes it much easier to get around and to learn the lay of the land. Half the amount of passengers, than the Jewel or the Dawn make it infinitely more hygienic. We spent a ... Read more
  • Romantic Rhine Southbound
    My husband wanted to book a cruise that would be as easy or as difficult physically as I could handle with knee surgery looming. A friend and I found everything was perfect, especially for a first time river cruise. Everything about this cruise ... Read more
    WARNING! If you are one of the 160 million Americans who are overweight this ship is NOT for you! The cabin was small, but manageable for one or two. The bathroom / toilet / shower can only be described as tiny. Please see my attached photos for ... Read more
  • Great vacation
    Excellent customer service. Cuba experience was beautiful and the music was great. Shore excursions guides were excellent. Dining was good and fast. During original embarcación we needed to wait about 30 minutes for a wheelchair and this ... Read more
  • Carnival Elation
    This was my first time on a Carnival Cruise. I didn't like it at all. The service was great from everyone that worked there though.however the cruise itself was disappointing. This ship is really dated and it shows. The handicapped room we had was ... Read more