- Answered a Question by mccabe (30 Sep 18 11:14)

I very much doubt you would get the Navigator of the Seas, up the Dutch Waterways!

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- Answered a Question by mccabe (29 Sep 18 16:37)

The wheelchair will have to fit inside the doorway if you don't have an adapted cabin which has a wider door. Wheelchairs and scooters cannot be left in corridors.

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- Answered a Question by mccabe (29 Sep 18 17:46)

If it is a folding one then there is no problem with a wheelchair. Last year for our cruise we could not get an accessible cabin so had an ordinary one and all was fine.

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- Answered a Question by mccabe (29 Sep 18 19:30)

Yes you can, but you need to contact their Special needs dept to arrange for this.

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- Answered a Question by mccabe (29 Sep 18 23:30)

On many lines eg p and you need a doctor to state that you are confined before you can get anadapted cabin last time I enquired occupants of adapted cabins must travel with an age bodied carer!i On round trip cruises eg from Southampton have heard the adapted staterooms sell out very fast so may be worth reserving early!

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- Answered a Question by mccabe (02 Oct 18 13:46)

Wheelchairs must be stored inside the cabin regardless of the cabin grade anything left in the corridors is a hazard eg fire / evacuation obstruction

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Bennett - Answered a Question by mccabe (03 Oct 18 18:18)

The information previously posted is basically correct. However Fred Olsen do have a quota for wheelchairs and once this has been reached no further wheelchairs can be accepted.

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