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aspden - Answered a Question by Calver (18 Jun 07 21:33)

Hubby and me have just returned from a fantastic holiday on The Voyager of The Seas. had a fantastic time. i have M.E. so cannot stand for long and sometimes need to use a stick. the ship is ideal for disabled travellers. the floors are smoothly tiled and there are numerous large lifts. when my husband went ashore i sometimes stayed on board to just relax. in addition to that, the crew are all very helpful and understand physical problems eg. wheelchairs available and priority check in, theatre space for wheelchair users etc. hope this helps and have a great time wherever you go. m aspden, burnley.

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jordan - Answered a Question by Calver (27 Jun 07 20:12)

Try a cruise to the fijords. you dont even have to leave the ship. the scenery is best seen from the ship. june or july is the best time of year. reasonable weather, and light evenings. p.o,s aurora scores high in the accesabilty table.

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By Caroline Kyle

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