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Old 09-27-2006, 06:28 AM
dr dr is offline
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Does anyone have any experience with either of these ships as far as the handicapped cabins and acessability around the ship? I have a power chair or scooter that I travel with. I never cruised with MSC before.
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Old 10-05-2006, 06:19 AM
Uwe Uwe is offline
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Hi dr,
welcome to cruisechat.com. Hope, you will find all the information you want for your cruise.
MSC cruises announces on their homepage:
"The Company supports the right of persons with disabilities to travel onboard its vessels. Please contact us for further details."

MSC Opera has five cabins for disabled persons: # 10018 (Turandot deck); 9052, 9053 and 9155 (Norma deck) and 8142 (La Traviata deck). Click here for the deck plans. Than select a deck above right (e.g. NORMA)and look for the position of the cabin. All cabins are inside cabins mit 226 squarefeet.
To concat MSC, please click here

Have a nice cruise
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