Buckley - Answered a Question by Perry (14 Jun 08 16:29)

Most ships in particular the newer ones are very good for wheel chair users,with ramps rather then steps and some have electronic doors into the toilets,reserved seating in the theater ect,it will depend on your need to use the chair when booking trips ashore some ports are not very good with a wheel chair access,you will need to make sure the room meets your requirement as the chair accessible one are quickly booked but a normal room may be ok for you?Try the search on this site for your cruise company and there may be a review from a wheelchair user,hope you enjoy the cruise?

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