A holiday aboard a luxury cruise liner is one of life’s great experiences. We can suggest a variety wheelchair
accessible cruise holidays for disabled people with plenty to see and do and facilities that are second to none.
But with so much choice, let us help you choose the cruise ship & the itinerary which best meets all your individual
requirements. We verify each ship to obtain a wider more in depth knowledge of each ship’s cabins, bathrooms,
adapted facilities and additional extras.
If you are new to cruising you can expect first-class entertainment, a variety of international dining options and
an amazing array of facilities and activities, that will keep you fully entertained for the duration of your cruise.
Plus you also get to wake-up each day to a new and fascinating location that is just waiting to be explored.
Cruising offers disabled passengers an unforgettable holiday experience. Many describe cruising as holidaying on a
floating 5* hotel with amazing food, a different port of call nearly every day, on-board entertainment and activities,
plus the best bit is all this is all included in your cruise price!
Not sure of something:
- What will it cost?
- What does the cost include?
- Whats its really like on-board?
- Can I participate in shore excursions?
- Will the accessible cabins meet my needs?
Then give us a call on 0800 622 6000 and one of our experienced staff will be more than happy to help you. With cruises departing from ports around the UK and fly cruises from your local airport with cruise lines such as P&O, Princess, Cunard, Royal Caribbean and Celebrity you can assured of the best deal!
Cabins vary on each ship from inside, outside with a window, balcony and suites, as well as a variety of other cabin styles. Most ships provide adapted cabins at all grades whilst others are limited in choice due to ship design and age. Phone us on 0800 622 6000 to discuss your requirements and we will source the best cruise option for you.
Accessible Features On The Ship
Most ships are accessible throughout providing a barrier free holiday and even more so if sailing from a UK port, so no flying is involved and ships are boarded easily by level access. If the ships are not fully accessible we are fully aware of which ones these are and do not use these, only where suitable. Many cruise ships have additional features to make your cruise holiday more enjoyable.
Cruise ships can have some or all of the following:
- Electric doors to deck areas
- Electric cabin doors
- Large spacious lifts
- Pool hoist
- Lowered casino tables
- Lowered reception area
- Option of blended foods
- Anytime dining so not at set time each day
- Little or no formal evenings
- Will accept single disabled travellers
- Will accept guide / assistance dogs
Excursions (with standard bus) are available on all cruise ships and are generally arranged on board. Adapted excursions are available in many ports. Whether they are provided through the cruise line itself or through our own independent suppliers in resort, we are able to arrange adapted excursions in many ports.
Restrictions do apply to tender ports and in some ports with large electric wheelchairs or scooters. We work very closely with the ports and cruise lines and can provide information on many ports as to if excursions are needed or if you can easily access the centre yourself, also we are able in many places to provide information on actual excursions. Please be aware if you are interested in adapted excursions this must be discussed with your Disabled Access Holidays sales advisor prior to booking as they cannot be provided in all ports and type and prices vary depending on cruise company you are sailing with.
Mobility Equipment On Board Ships
Mobility equipment onboard cruise ships varies dramatically and MUST be discussed prior to booking your cruise.