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Ingle - Answered a Question by Worgan11 (12 Jun 08 10:08)

Not a problem on modern ships. Most have disabled cabins which have wider doors and more room for wheelchairs but these get booked up early.

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binns - Answered a Question by Worgan11 (12 Jun 08 20:57)

Cruised through the panama canal on the arcadia in march, my husband was in a wheelchair throughout the cruise and the staff couldnt have done enough for him. everyone was so helpful, even going aboard the tender to a couple of the islands wasnt a problem. dont let being wheelchair bound put you off cruising, it also has its advantages.

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