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Down - Answered a Question by power (02 Sep 07 16:06)

There are certainly good facilities and access on all modern ships for people in wheel-chairs. You will be able to most things that able-bodied people can do with the exception of going ashore at ports where the tender(s) is used. Getting on and off these can be precarious for even the most nimble at times and cruise companies feel that the risk is too great to take wheel-chairs aboard tenders. I am certain that you will enjoy every minute of a cruise. ...Neil Down.

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Ross - Answered a Question by power (02 Sep 07 18:07)

Ships will have specially designed accessible cabins which are twice the size of the usual rooms that have all the features. There will also be hoists etc to assist getting in and out of the jacuzzi and swimming pools. Wheelchairs will be lifted onto the Tenders. Everything will be accessible for you.

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mellor - Answered a Question by power (08 Sep 07 14:56)

You will find you are well catered fo.

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