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Old April 22nd, 2010, 02:57 AM
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Originally Posted by Susansok View Post
I'm cruising in January with my husband. He uses a wheelchair, but they have no handicap rooms available. He is able to stand for very brief periods, but cannot walk. Are the 'regular' cabins even do-able for someone in a wheelchair? I know the rooms are small, but can you make it work if you really want to? Are scooters easier to use in the regular rooms than manual chairs?
Hi, Just yesterday I was discussing this same subject with a disabled man. He cruises a lot and has a motorized wheel chair. It is quite large. He cruises as often as possible. He has been able to fit his whelchair through the normal cabin door, very close fit though. With the aid of his care giver he was able to access the bathroom.

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