Matthews - Answered a Question by rankin (30 Sep 17 02:56)

Check with the cruise line as they do vary. My experience - Fred Olsen insist on you having an adapted cabin. P&O and Cunard will not allow scooters in non-adapted cabins although I think you can have one in a suite. However for several cruises I have hired a folding electric wheelchair from mobilityatsea.co.uk (I think just for cruises from Southampton as they are based locally and deliver to the cruise terminal) which is permitted in a standard cabin. It is very easy to use around the ship and I have used it on shore as well. Hope this helps.

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Ramsden - Answered a Question by rankin (29 Sep 17 20:57)

I have used a scooter for the past four years on ten+ cruises, always in a balcony cabin with wheelchair access. Early booking recommended / necessary.

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