Hewitt - Answered a Question by Kelly (29 May 11 10:28)

You would have to check with the cruiseline.

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PG of A - Answered a Question by Kelly (29 May 11 15:43)

I have been on 9 different cruise lines and all of them have mobility scooters being used on the ship, so there will not be any restrictions if you just want to use it when you go ashore, the only time you might have a problem is if the port requires a tender to get you ashore. Just to make sure then you could check with your cruise line.

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Cox - Answered a Question by Kelly (29 May 11 18:54)

As both PG of A and Hewitt have said should be no problem with taking it onboard. It is advisable though to check with the cruiseline if only to check if it will fit through the cabin door if you are not in a disabled one as it may be narrower.

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Smith - Answered a Question by Kelly (12 Jun 11 18:22)

Be warned, you will need to be able to take it apart to be able to get it through the door and store it in your cabin and the battery must be of the dry cell type - dont forget the charger!

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