Invaluable resource information for the Mobility challenged traveler.
When I began my research for accessible cruising, I was optimistic. I’ve been on a few of these ships and never thought of them as ‘too-challenging-to-negotiate-in-a-wheelchair-or-scooter’ type of vessels. Of course, I’m not in a wheelchair, and using my kids’ stroller as a point of reference on the quality of accessibility isn’t entirely accurate or fair.
So, I went to the best resource I could think of – the movie Titanic! Of course, after the tears dried, I went to the real experts – YOU! I scoured the internet for feedback from physically disable cruisers and their family and friends, I asked our clients, and called a few travel agents. This is what I found:
– Ships built in the last 5 years are your best bet for finding accessible staterooms, decks, entertainment venues, dining areas and hallways. Some older ships have retro-fitted rooms to be accessible, but…
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