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Bonnette - Answered a Question by Langton (22 Mar 08 14:04)

Hello....There is no reason why your mother will not enjoy her cruise as much as you and probably get more enjoyment from her other senses than you do. I have never seen any real obstacle for her. It would be preferable for her to have a companion but not, in my opinion, essential. ....Heather .

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Johnstone - Answered a Question by Langton (22 Mar 08 17:28)

I'm also partially sighted and have been on cruises on my own as well as with a friend. I find them far easier than any other kind of holiday. I'm ssure she will manage just fin.

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by Langton (22 Mar 08 17:56)

RCI are well known for their accessibility. Accommodations include: Braille and large-print menus. Service animals allowed onboard: a 4' x 4' wooden box with cypress mulch is provided. Braille/tactile signage. Braille elevator buttons/audio call signals. Daily Cruise Compasses available in large print and Braille. Cruise Services Directories available in Braille. Early boarding available for orientation tours.

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