My friend and I just changed our regular inside cabin to an accessible cabin. L250 because I will need a scooter. It actually turned out to be less money. I'm wondering if anyone has tips for using a scooter on the Sapphire. And if any one has any pictures or info about the accessible cabins.
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Here is some information on wheelchair accessible interior cabins:
E310, E706, E707, E714, E717 Inside
(some staterooms accommodate 3/4th berths) Cabin Size: 318 sq ft
Door Width: 33"
Room: 17'10" X 18'00"
Bath: 06'04" X 07'02"
Closet: 04'05" X 01'10"
Bed Height: 24" Grab bars in shower and by toilet/commode
For Diamond Princess (Sapphire Princess is similar)
* E706, E717 - grab bar is on the right side of commode while seated
* E301, E707, E714 - grab bar in on the left side of commode while seated