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byers - Answered a Question by TALBOT (23 Apr 08 09:48)

Yes all p@o ships cater for wheelchairs and mobility scooters however you must inform p@o of your requirements in writing prior to booking and they will contact you.Passengers must furnish their own and be accompanied by a travelling companion fit and able to assist the.

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Chapman-Jones - replied to byers (17 Aug 12 00:29)

we want to go on the Aurora next year to the med 18/6/13 but because we require a balcony cabin and my husband is disabled(and uses a small mobility scooter) there are no cabins left. We know that they(P & O ) has a new policy about that disabled passengers must only be allocated cabins suitable for there use(with scooters) so why are there not more suitable cabins we ask. Any ideas?

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Jones - Answered a Question by TALBOT (01 Jan 09 15:32)

No we were told only collapsible wheelchairs are allowed this applies to all shios I am told.

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