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Old November 2nd, 2003, 01:05 AM
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Default Re: Stop ABs booking disabled cabins

As a disabled person with multiple sclerosis and a host of other maladies, I never request a handicap cabin. Now, that being said, I think the cruise lines should force those passengers to produce medical information to the cruise line's fleet medical team. There are far too many people using alleged "medical problems" in order to have a bigger stateroom. If someone is REALLY disabled, that person would have no problem furnishing documentation that they are, in fact, disabled. I am scheduled to sail on Golden Princess 1/3/2004 and Princess Cruise Lines send me a two-page form to fill out, outlining my medical problems, and this has to be signed by my doctor. And,no, I have a regular balcony stateroom reserved. Thanks for bringing this up. B
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