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  1. Thank you! That’s helpful. We are thinking of an excursion with a handicap accessible van so that will cut down on battery time. I knew about inclines impacting battery life but hadn’t thought of weight of person on it! I guess we will have to experiment a bit the first day just to see how quickly it drains. We’ll make the best of it! 😊
  2. Our family is also using scooters for the first time for 2 family members when 7 of us go on a Bermuda cruise in October. Here's a question I haven't seen asked: Has anyone drained their battery before the end of the day?? The scooter company told my brother that he has never heard of anyone getting stranded! I've read that a battery is good for about 9-10 miles before needing to be charged, but I have no idea if that is good for a whole day, on and off the ship?
  3. Can anyone offer their experience on using scooters off the ship and what activities they did? We have rented scooters for my SIL and my 95 year old father! We are excited to bring him on the cruise and I really think he will enjoy it, but we have no experience with scooters on cruises. (They are both mobile, but not for long distances, so will definitely need the scooters.) I've read the scooters are good for about 8-9 miles before the battery needs charging, so I am being mindful of that and don't want to get stuck somewhere! Feedback is much appreciated. TY!
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