When you cruise, you travel in style.
There are people to cater to your every need -- from inside your cabin to getting in and out of the pool and from lounging on deck to participating in on-shore activities.If there is something that would make your life easier, ASK FOR WHAT YOU NEED.
Cruising is a great way for someone with a disability and their family to take a vacation. Everything is taken care of, if you need assistance you have plenty of staff to assist you, so your family can go off and have fun without worrying about you.
- Do you need large print menus and schedules? Just ask your wait staff or cabin attendant and they will provide them for you.
- Do you need more pillows or less tension on your cabin door(s)? Ask your cabin attendant.
- Is the floor space too tight for you to turn around in your wheelchair or scooter? Let your cabin attendant know and see what options there are to improve the situation.
- If you need a lift for the bed or other adaptive devices, ask about them when you book your cruise.