Friday, December 01, 2006

Cruise experience from Enabled Traveler


Robert at Enabled Traveler is optimistic about being able to have a positive experience on a cruise, even if you're a wheelchair user. This despite some iffy experiences of his own. His advice in the end is good for a cruise, and travel in general, when you have a disability: "My advice is to compare each cruise line to see which best meets your needs. If you use a wheelchair take measurements of its width and compare that to the widths of doorways, if they are known. Ask about ramps and steps. I’m sure you’ll find a ship that suits your needs." (Photo by kettu via morgueFile.com)

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