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Quinn - Answered a Question by Harrison (20 Oct 07 11:20)

Navigator Of The Seas.

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Wood - Answered a Question by Harrison (19 Oct 07 21:00)

I have just come back from a cruise on Sea Princess to the Iberian Peninsular. There were several wheelchair users on board and the crew and facilities seemed to work fine for them. Adrian Woo.

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Brookes - Answered a Question by Harrison (19 Oct 07 21:20)

When traveling on P & O's Arcadia and Oceana there were people in wheelchairs and there certainly didn't seem to be any problems on board and there was plenty of help getting on and off the ship in port.

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Veale - Answered a Question by Harrison (19 Oct 07 21:21)

P&o have disabled cabins, mobility assistance at the docks and ports, lifts on the ship - lots of disabled people cruise - go for it! Try Arcadia/Aurora Oriana you will love it Su.

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MACPHERSON - Answered a Question by Harrison (19 Oct 07 21:50)

Just returned from a cruise on Sea Princess ( Princess Line ) There were many wheelchair users on the ship. Have a great time when you go! Special areas reserved for special needs at all the shows too.

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Webster - Answered a Question by Harrison (19 Oct 07 23:01)

P&O have specific cabins for wheelchairs and on board Arcadia for instance they did everything they could to assist handicapped passengers to enjoy their cruise as much as anyone. Suggest you contact P&O for more info.

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HIGGINS - Answered a Question by Harrison (20 Oct 07 00:09)

all Celebrity and Royal Caribbean cruise ships are wheelchair friendly, as is QM2 and all P&O. Most newer ships will fit the bill as they have cabins specifically designed, but book early they are popular - older ships have high sills, smaller lifts and awkward spaces.

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Foster - Answered a Question by Harrison (20 Oct 07 08:46)

All P&O ships.

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Horbury - Answered a Question by Harrison (20 Oct 07 09:00)

The newer modern ships are better equipped for wheelchair users. however we found p&o very helpful on the older ships.however if choosing a holiday where you have to tender to get ashore if you cannot stand up out of the wheelchair to step onto the tender (with help) they will not lift you.

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Brown - Answered a Question by Harrison (20 Oct 07 09:01)

Definitely, Thomson Celebration, I've seen it for myself and they also go a bit more in reserving you a good table in the show lounge for you and your party. They are very good with this type of passenger as what I've seen, also bigger rooms and ease of access, ramps and staff that care, try the RED SEA next for a brilliant time--John Brow.

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