Johnstone - Answered a Question by LUDLOW (20 Jan 08 18:31)

Yes they are. You can also usually get a disabled cabin that is specifically designed for wheelchair users. Was there a pacticular ship that you had in mind? If so you can check on the Berlitz Guide part of this site how many disabled cabins they have available .

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Buckley - Answered a Question by LUDLOW (21 Jan 08 10:21)

The more modern ships are very wheel chair friendly both P&O and RCI offer good facility's at Southampton's port you can book a disabled cabin wide door lower furniture and wet room the excursion desk would help and advise you on suitable shore excursions or ports that have reasonable wheel chair access?

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