Dehghani - Answered a Question by mcgarity (31 Jul 08 16:49)

No, you have to get a special wheelchair accessible cabin because inside cabins are too small and cramped and do not offer disabled facilities. Enjoy your cruise.

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Ingle - Answered a Question by mcgarity (31 Jul 08 17:08)

P&O ships have insides, outsides and balcony cabins that are wheel chair accessible, including the bathroom. They tend to get booked up early though but you might find a cancellation.

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