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Old 04-20-2007, 06:36 AM
thejunks thejunks is offline
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My wife and I have been on a couple of cruises so far. We recommend if you use a wheelchair and have limited mobility. You should take a manual chair if your planning excursions, and power chair for around the ship and in port. Tendors are not equipted to to accomidate a power chair. And make sure you book any excursions atleast 24 hours or more in advance to insure you will get a bus with a lift. Better yet if you are easy to transfer to a car or small van, You might find that renting a car will be the way to go. The tours are timed very precise and persons with disabilities may want to spend more time at one place than others. And at thier own pace. Make sure when booking to ask for an accessible room you will get a larger stateroom with a roll in shower and and about 30 extra square feet in your stateroom. for the most part cruise ships have come along way even in past 5 years, Try to book on a newer ship and you will have alot of fun