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hishmnurgh - Answered a Question by JIMENEZ (03 May 08 08:27)

Not quite sure what you mean if you are taking your own wheel chair they can accomodate you.Also I had an accident whilst on a Costa cruise and was taken by wheel chair from the ship However I feel that you would need to speak to them and arrange it as they may have several people wanting wheel chairs.There are special cabins for the handicapped and I think every ship has to have them also in a variety of catergorie.

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hishmnurgh - Answered a Question by JIMENEZ (03 May 08 08:27)

Not quite sure what you mean if you are taking your own wheel chair they can accomodate you.Also I had an accident whilst on a Costa cruise and was taken by wheel chair from the ship However I feel that you would need to speak to them and arrange it as they may have several people wanting wheel chairs.There are special cabins for the handicapped and I think every ship has to have them also in a variety of catergorie.

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Alexander - Answered a Question by JIMENEZ (03 May 08 11:01)

Not sailed on Costa but most cruise ships have a limited number of wheelchairs available. Always best to take one of your own.

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Fleming - Answered a Question by JIMENEZ (04 May 08 19:12)

Costa Romantica does have wheelchairs but they are only available for use when you book one of their tours. It is usually cheaper to book tours locally or take a taxi.

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