At the point of making a booking, mobility requirements need to be discussed for us to make the appropriate arrangements for your individual needs. Our agent will need to know what cabin is best suited for you and check the availability as not all cabins are suitable for wheelchairs and/or scooters. We don’t mean to be obtrusive, we just want to make your holiday as comfortable as possible.
Articles in this section
- Is there a medical centre onboard?
- Are cruises suitable for people with mobility issues?
- When do I need to book an adapted cabin?
- How do I request port and/or airport assistance?
- Can I bring a wheelchair onboard?
- Can I hire a wheelchair onboard?
- What is the difference between bringing a wheelchair and a scooter onboard?
- How do I inform you about my medical condition?
- Do I need to inform you about what medication I am bringing onboard?
- Do I need any Doctor's notes or certificates to cruise and/or fly?