BLYTH - Answered a Question by carter (13 Jul 08 18:00)

You don't say which cruise line but the newer ones built 1996 onwards and even better the ones built in the last 4 years all have excellent facilities. Most have a reasonable number of cabins with the wider door to take a wheelchair and all the toilet areas have disabled access. There is always the problem at some ports of getting on and off the ship but the staff should help.

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Buckley - Answered a Question by carter (14 Jul 08 16:36)

If you can get hold of a copy of the Berlitz Guide this has a section dealing with disabled passengers it also rates the ships on disabled facilities,the ships are well suited to wheel-chair users but a lot of the ports are not.As Blyth has said the newer ships better than the older ones but as most are big they can take a lot of getting around,Best of luck.

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