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Buckley - Answered a Question by WALMSLEY (05 Jul 08 12:53)

Hi all the newer ships have first class disabled facility's but it would depend on the disability's you have, there have been some reviews from wheelchair passengers which may help,but if you start by ringing the free phone 0800 091 1629 and have a chat with an experienced cruise agent,there are quite a few agents with free phone the papers will have them in this week-end.My nephew has sailed with RCI and found them ok.

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Cunnah - Answered a Question by WALMSLEY (05 Jul 08 19:46)

We have cruised a few times with P & O on board Arcadia and noticed that it seems to cater particularly well for people with disabilities. There are also some cabins on Arcadia specially designed to meet disability needs.

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