a - Answered a Question by dine (08 Oct 08 08:19)

Read this on RCIs website: http://www.royalcaribbean.co.uk/allaboutcruising/accessibleseas/home.do;jsessionid=0000CWM_OSIHiHCNZ90iuNNC7Ll:13dlld2p2?cS=NAVBAR.

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My wheelchair-bound wife and myslef have twice cruised on Brilliance of the Seas, and have had no problems whatsoever. Disabled facilities and access are very good (on a par with the much larger, modern ships). The disabled cabins are very large with electric doors etc, and the staff are very friendly and helpful.

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