Buckley - Answered a Question by hack (25 May 08 09:02)

Hello Yes plenty from my nephews experience try RCI Independence of the seas sailing from Southampton easy parking and plenty of help getting on and off the ship,loads of easy access and reserved wheel chair places in the theater and ice shows,depending on your husbands need for a wheelchair some ports may not be all that wheelchair friendly.but most modern ships are wheelchair friendly but book a short cruise outside school holidays and see how it goes.Do use a cruise specialist and make sure they understand your needs best of luck.

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Godfrey - Answered a Question by hack (25 May 08 17:33)

I have only sailed with P&O, no problem with wheelchairs.

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