On a Royal Caribbean Cruise Holiday, It’s the ‘WOW’ factor, giving guests an upgrade on ordinary, with onboard innovations like robotic waiters, sky diving at sea, world class dining and West End style shows, not forgetting astonishingly spacious accommodation.Cruise Description
Royal Caribbean offers boarding and departure assistance with wheelchairs to guests with mobility disabilities. Accessible staterooms are designed for guests with mobility disabilities and other disabilities that require the use of the accessible features of the staterooms. Please note: accessible suites have roll-in showers.
Royal Caribbean Cruises has features such as: adapted cabins, accessible sun decks, restaurants, lift throughout the ships making it one of the most perfect holidays for disabled passengers.
The cruise ships have spacious corridors to accommodate 180 degree turns for wheelchairs, most decks are accessible through automatic doors and all public rooms feature entrances with gradual inclines. Royal Caribbean ensures that guests who are full-time wheelchair users or with limited mobility, have the opportunity to visit the sights at the ports which are visited.
For more information on Fly Royal Caribbean holidays, or to check availability and prices, or to discuss what's suitable for your ability, please call 0141 248 9400.
You can't go wrong with a cruise to the Caribbean. If there's one thing the Caribbean was made for. British, French, Dutch and Spanish settlers here throughout history, you will find a kaleidoscope of architectural styles, cultures and cuisines. From Barbados and Antigua to St. Lucia and Mayreau, a wealth of hidden treasures including historic harbours, lush tropical forests and characterful towns are waiting to be explored on Caribbean cruises.
Whether you to choose to hop off in bustling Basseterre or Grand Cayman Island, you'll find endless beaches, a range of activities and exotic wildlife wherever you turn.Don't delay, book today - call us on 0141 248 9400.