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Old February 17th, 2002, 03:19 PM
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Does anyone know the difference in a handicap cabin?
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Old February 17th, 2002, 05:36 PM
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Hi Lynn,
In most handycap cabins, the hallways are wider and the enterance into the bathroom is also wider with handrails to help.
They just make them easier for someone in a wheelchair to navigate inside the cabin with as little difficulty as possible, have heard they are fine. If you are looking for a handycap cabin, any travel agent should be able to locate them and book accordingly.

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We are sailing on Radiance to Alaska in August. I don't need a handicap cabin, but they quoted me a great price for a handicap balcony cabin. It looked like the cabin was much bigger...so I am going to go for it and if I get bumped hopefully it will be upward.

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We are sailing on Radiance to Alaska in August. I don't need a handicap cabin, but they quoted me a great price for a handicap balcony cabin. It looked like the cabin was much bigger...so I am going to go for it and if I get bumped hopefully it will be upward.

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Hi Lynn,
If the cabin is in a good location and has a balcony that you want, I too would grab it. If for some reason they need it, then yes, you should get an upgrade, good luck!

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I am actually surprised they would quote you a price for one if you don't need it. It will be interesting if you get to keep it or not.

I know that they often upgrade people if the cabins are not taken by sail date.

We booked a handicapped cabin on Radiance and had to provide a letter from the doctor to keep it.
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