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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  • We choose this cruise due to the date and the price of the cruise. We should have chosen a larger ship but overall we made the best of it and had a nice time. I feel that when a person is disabled (wheel-chair bound) the excursions are very ... Read more
  • Just OK
    Too much hype. Music piped everywhere much too loud. No place to relax!! The experience was about Royal Caribbean wanting to make more money - constantly trying to sell us more things. Their idea of nice experience is to hype everyone up ... Read more
  • This cruise made traveling a pleasure for us. We were treated very courteously and the accommodations were on point. We are both disabled and we had great service plus it was easy for us to have so much fun! The staff is well trained and very ... Read more
  • 5th times the charm.
    cruisella deville
    We booked this cruise at the last minute. We love the specialty restaurants, especially Ocean Blue, Cagney's & Le Bistro. The main dining rooms do not compare in the quality of food. The service was always exceptional. Bermuda is a ... Read more
  • Oasis of Seas Review
    Family picked for us -50th anniversary Activities- on ship were awesome! Dude variety for all adults and children Service-excellent porter, rising tide staff, americana icon dining staff excellent our table was (216) Dazzles was excellent ... Read more
  • Some of the quickest procedures for getting on AND off the ship. I've never experienced such a speedy customs and luggage processing! Being disabled, such a large ship was tedious and tiresome, but made all worthwhile by the friendly, helpful staff, ... Read more
  • crapsody of seas
    we were on this cruise for birthdays. my wife is disabled and we filled out assistance paperwork for boarding ship in Venice Italy. when we arrived it took 15 minutes at taxi drop off to get my wife a wheelchair and there was nowhere for her to ... Read more
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