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  1. If you want a nice calm beach you could go to Alleynes Bay on the West Coast. This is a fabulous beach away from the cruise ship crowds. There are a few places to eat from casual beach bars to the Lone Star restaurant. You can hire beds here if you wish. If you want a casual lunch you have JuJu's beach bar. I am sure your driver will know it. The Fairmont Royal Pavillion is on this stretch of beach and their beach bar also does really good food and drinks. The lovely Lone Star is a great place to spend a few hours eating and drinking too.
  2. Yes I think you will be pleased. It is more spacious than the standard cabin and its nice not to be down a long thin corridor. Have a great trip.
  3. Hi I had an adapted cabin last January as I had broken my leg, was non weight bearing and was on crutches. I found the cabin to be extremely spacious, with enough room for a wheelchair around the bed if needed. My main concern was the bathroom as I needed a seat and hand rails. The bathroom was a wet room, with a large shower area with no steps or lips on the floor. It was very spacious and had grab handles around. I liked the position of the cabin on Deck 5, which was near to reception. The corridor was nice and wide and spacious, obviously to accommodate a wheelchair/mobility scooter. In fact we are off next week on Explorer 2 and have booked our cabins on Deck 5 alongside the adapted cabins. Thankfully this year I will not require an adapted cabin. I would also add that the service I received from the beginning to the end of the cruise was excellent. Hope this helps.
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