Accessible cruises afford one of the most carefree, low-stress vacations when traveling with a disability. Aside from Americans with Disabilities Act requirements in the US, cruises for disabled people boast accessible cabins, restaurants, entertainment venues, public bathrooms and a multitude of other amenities to ensure smooth sailing.
Additionally, most handicap accessible cruise lines provide special assistance to passengers with disabilities, such as a dedicated booking department, transportation and boarding support, and equipment rentals. Find info on getting around popular cruise ports with accessible amenities. Learn more about these services, why newer vessels make for some of the best handicap accessible cruise ships, and more with Cruise Critic's "cruises for disabled" guide.