Buckley - Answered a Question by murray (28 Aug 08 11:43)

All modern ships have good access and facilities for wheelchair users including special rooms.The Berlitz guide will give you a rating for the best ships,But please remember that not all port have good disabled facilities so maybe consider sailing from a UK port where they have plenty of help and close to the ship parking,RCI would be my recommendation but out of the school holidays,best of luck?

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Bavister - Answered a Question by murray (28 Aug 08 00:08)

You do not say what your question is other than with mobility. Arcadia with P & O are very very good with people with mobility problems and look after them well. I would suggest one should avoid the family orientated ships as the staff did not seem as empathetic. P & O will send you a questionnaire as to your mobility problems and requirements. Be Honest - remember you cannot bleat afterwards if you are not direct in your dealing with the company. Bon Voyage!

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Flopsy - Answered a Question by murray (06 Sep 08 17:45)

There can be major problems. You need to consider this on a ship-by-ship basis and check bathrooms, public areas etc. I have had to do this. On some ships it can be very difficult transfering to land from the boat by tender (i.e. a smaller boat).

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