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gunga

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About gunga

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    Cool Cruiser

About Me

  • Location
    Peachtree City,GA
  • Interests
    Reading, museums
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Royal Caribbean; NCL
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Caribbean

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  1. I can't answer about a guarantee. My husband had a stroke a few years ago and uses a powerchair. We always book an accessible cabin with a balcony. Bathroom shower in accessible cabins have a fold down shower seat. Also accessible cabins have more room and wider doors, which is needed for a scooter or wheel chair. Since some of the most walking you need to do is on the ramp during embarkation, request wheel chair assistance. I would recommend renting a scooter for use on board and getting off the ship at the ports you visit. A scooter is easier to operate if you're not used to a power chair. There are several companies that rent scooters for use on cruises - they are delivered to your cabin and not used during embarkation or disembarkation.
  2. we have found that the newer the ship, the better the accessibility. Royal Caribbean and NCL both have been really good for my husband to get around in his power chair
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