Professor Plum - Answered a Question by povey (14 Sep 07 10:50)

Royal Caribbean do on all their ships. Cabins are twice the size of a normal cabin and are fully accessible.

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Ingle - Answered a Question by povey (14 Sep 07 16:57)

P&O also have disabled cabins, but I believe they are booked up very quickly .

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johnstone - Answered a Question by povey (14 Sep 07 19:46)

MSC also. I'd be very surprised if all newer ships didn't what with various disability regualtion.

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HILLERTON - Answered a Question by povey (15 Sep 07 10:08)

Norwegien also do wheelchair cabins.

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