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hi looking advice on a good no fly cruise for someone confined to wheelchair. Can anyone suggest a good cruise line or cruise for someone who cant transfer from wheelchair and any links/tips appreciat… Read More
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7m, 4d agoPosted 7 months, 4 days ago
hi looking advice on a good no fly cruise for someone confined to wheelchair. Can anyone suggest a good cruise line or cruise for someone who cant transfer from wheelchair and any links/tips appreciated for first time cruiser. thx
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7m, 4d agoPosted 7 months, 4 days ago
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#1
you will be limited to you selection without a flight however P&O do sail from Southampton as do Cunard
have a look on some cruise websites they allow you to put in you Embarkation country and take it from there
#2
I recommend you have a look at a specific cruise review site called cruisecritic.co.uk. It is a huge site with reviews and forums on all the cruise lines. There are also many sub forums and I feel sure there would be one for people with disabilities. We have travelled on Princess, Celebrity and P&O and have seen wheelchairs on all of them. They also do have specific cabins for people with disabilities although I would think you would have to book early to get one.
#3
Just had a look for you to find the forum page and here it is :- http://boards.cruisecritic.co.uk/forumdisplay.php?f=190
Hope this helps you. Take time, and it will be considerable time, to explore the entire site as there is so much information there. Princess, Celebrity, P&O and Fred Olsen all cruise from UK. Mostly from Southampton.
#4
Fred Olsen sail from 10 different ports around the UK, though I've never travelled with them.
http://www.fredolsencruises.com/

Edited By: Delbert Grady on Oct 23, 2016 16:09
#6
How about the mini cruises?
#7
Hi - I went on a tour of the Azura the other day and we got to look at a wheelchair accessible cabin, it looked a good size and had good facilities. They do mini cruises from Southampton which are great for getting a taste of cruise life :) Found these Q & A pages which should be of some help in regards to P&O:-
https://ask.pocruises.com/help/PO/before-you-sail/mobility/
#8
P&0 are great, good British ships and sail from Southampton, royal Caribbean is good too but more American. It depends on what you want, ie- low key, fun packed, cabarets etc... diabled cabins also sell out fast so thats something else to take into consideration.
#9
thanks everyone will check that all out
#10
We went on the independence of the seas with royal Caribbean a few years ago from Southampton to the canaries. Father in law is in a wheelchair and access proved no problem at all on the boat or otherwise.

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