Independence of the Seas Review

Not what we expected

Review for Europe Cruise on Independence of the Seas
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Sep 2019

Second cruise with RC, first one was on the Navigator (pre refurbishment) and that was so much better, as my wife is in a wheelchair there were many issues that we feel should be addressed:-

-Lack of unisex accessible toilets, only one on deck 12, or its back to your room.

- Great idea to put a piano in a lift at peak times which in effect made lift unusable, and yes they put a piano in a lift.....great idea that was

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Port Reviews


We explored the area ourselves but soon covered the main areas very quickly


Not wheelchair friendly, unless you have really good suspension you may risk damaging your chair


We explored the area ourselves, nice port to visit

Palma de Mallorca (Majorca)

Explored ourselves, nice port with good access


Explored ourselves, very busy port, watch your bags as its well known pick pocket territory

Cartagena (Spain)

Nice port with a lot of history


Nice port, not to busy and easy access into the town

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