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Old January 27th, 2008, 02:22 AM
KLD KLD is offline
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Stepping up 6" into the bathroom, and the fact that you cannot fit a wheelchair through the door or between the furniture will make traveling in a non-accessible cabin very difficult for someone who cannot walk at all. You can sometimes fit a deck-chair into the very small shower stalls for sitting while showering, but not always, and you can sit on the toilet (if you can get into the bathroom at all) while shaving or brushing teeth as it is usually so small reaching the sink is no problem.

We would not even consider it, which is why we book at least a year in advance, and often must forego a cruise we wanted because there are no more accessible cabins.
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