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LONG - Answered a Question by Patrick (18 Jan 08 23:36)

Holland America line also has a good reputation for their service to elderly disabled passengers.

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Harvey - Answered a Question by Patrick (15 Jan 08 18:31)

Have been on 2 Fred Olsen cruises and I think it would be difficult to imagine a cruise line that puts itself out quite so much for people who are elderly and/or less mobile. There are lifts, cabins with disabled access and loads of people whizzing around in wheelchairs/scooters etc. They also apparently go way beyond the legal requirements in terms of medical staff on board.

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Hulstrom - Answered a Question by Patrick (15 Jan 08 18:48)

Thomson Cruises cater for the disabled. The Thomson Celebration & Thomson Spirit both have 4 cabins aet aside on deck seven for the disabled, in which the facilities are very wheelchair user friendly. I know this because I cruised on the Celebration last year with my disabled brother and you are able to get ashore to visit the sites apart from when there is a tender to shore. I don't know whether there are care facilities on board and therefore recommend that you contact the tour company.

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