Summerfield - Answered a Question by watson (13 Jan 08 18:35)

Yes it depends on which cruise you go on my wife is confined to a wheelchair and we have been on the P & O Arcadia and Oceana with no problem.

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gilliland - Answered a Question by watson (13 Jan 08 19:12)

NO problem. royal caribbean are good for most disabled people.Good luck.

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scales - Answered a Question by watson (17 Jan 08 20:40)

One caveat. This may not apply, but it depends if there are any 'tender' ports. I have seen people with walking sticks, agile enough around the ship, to be refused entry onto a tender if the water is choppy.

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