a - Answered a Question by ellis (08 Nov 08 13:33)

Not psychic - please advise of the ship as facilities vary greatly.

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BLYTH - Answered a Question by ellis (08 Nov 08 13:06)

Most ships offer good facilities and have staff who are trained to help wheelchair users, obviously the newer the ship the better the facilities. Problems can arise in connection with some excursions as some of the places you may visit maybe better organised than others. The other area which could be a problem is if you have to use a tender, particularly if the sea is rough so look of for ccruises which on the whole don't invlove using a tender to get ashore.

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