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on 08 Mar
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on 17 Oct
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on 21 Jan
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How strange to book a cruise/room with out knowing if it is suitable ? All info is on RCI website - >all about crusing > accessibility onboard. Your t/a should have given you all this info anyway.
It may seem strange to you and yes I felt I had asked all relevant questions from our t/a but as often happens different thoughts come to mind and it is allways nice to have reassurance from experienced wheelchair cruisers. Thanks for your input.
Read the reviews for Independence for the mediterranean sept 08 They say that RCCL are the only cruise line for disabled passengers...very caring..John.
Hi, I use a wheelchair and sailed with Royal Caribbean (Mariner of the Seas) last year and it was excellent. I’m sure the accessible cabins must be the same on all their ships; ours had a roll in shower with a pull down seat and there was plenty of room to move around in there. We’ve travelled a lot over the last few years, mostly land based trips and hotels, but my partner thought the cabin’s facilities were amongst the best we’ve had. However, to put your mind at ease, you could have a word with the cruise company to confirm if it’s a roll in shower.
Hope this info is helpful. Have a great holiday.