River cruises offer some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. Popular on several continents, the ships are small, intimate, and often quite ...Read More
There are many different factors that go into making a cruise ship as accessible as possible for wheelchair users. First and foremost (in my opinion)...Read More
In April 2019, I decided to book a cruise on Royal Caribbean's Mariner of the Seas for three nights to Nassau and the cruise line's private island o...Read More
For me, there's always this awesome level of anticipation when traveling on a new cruise line for the first time. While I have a European itinerary ...Read More
I have been to almost two dozen ports of call in the Caribbean on cruises, and I have to say that Roatán is absolutely one of my favorites. The wheel...Read More
Costa Maya is one of the most popular Western Caribbean ports of call for cruise ships. This port is also beneficial for wheelchair users because all...Read More
I absolutely love going on cruises, and I think they are the best options for wheelchair users new to accessible travel. As an accessible travel agen...Read More
Tender port. These are two words that a wheelchair user planning for or going on a cruise never wants to see. When a cruise ship docks at a port ...Read More
There are few things as relaxing or liberating as taking a cruise. In addition to watching sunsets over the ocean and beautiful scenery pass by, crui...Read More
Spain. France. Italy.
All from the comfort of your wheelchair.
Marvel at the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, the stunning beauty of the Italian Rena...