Hunter - Answered a Question by Hunter (09 Apr 08 18:30)

Solved! We rang travel agent to cancel and they were equally shocked.Took a while to get an answer but NCL have today rung to apologise for the stance wrongly taken by their staff. Electric wheelchairs, with certain provisos, are allowed.

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Goodwin - Answered a Question by Hunter (01 Apr 08 17:16)

NCL booking terms and conditions are clear that mobility problems must be delared in writing at the time of booking - if you didn't do this then I fear you are at their mercy. That being said I have travelled with many major cruise lines (not NCL) and have noticed loads of electric chairs, however using the gangway is problematic so best to use a standard chair then and on any excusrions.

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