The Cunard Cruise provides full medical service in case of a broken limb but at a cost. All Cunard cruises are equipped with x-ray machines to take a look at the broken bones. Onboard doctors have all required equipment to set bones, put on casts (waterproof casts are available at a premium) and provide check-ups. However, if your bone fracture is severe or it represents a life-threatening injury, you may need to be airlifted to the nearest hospital. Some, but not all, Cunard ships are equipped with helicopter landing pads. For more information, read our feature article What if I Get Sick on a Cruise? on CruiseReviews.com.
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