What accommodations and facilities are available for disabled travelers on cruise ships?

Cruise ships provide accommodations and facilities for disabled travelers, including accessible cabins with wider doorways, roll-in showers, and grab bars. The ships have ramps and elevators for wheelchair accessibility and trained staff to assist passengers. Medical facilities are available on board, and some cruise lines offer sign language interpreters. Special dietary needs can be accommodated, and accessible transportation options may be provided for going ashore. It’s important to check with the specific cruise line for their level of accessibility and available services.

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