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At a glance
Please quote code 337 in all correspondence.
- Accommodation: Cruise liner
- Board basis: Full board
Facilities available for hire
Benefits of booking with DisabledHolidays.com...
This fantastic region is one of contrasts. Visit in the winter and you'll experience snow and cold winds which make the welcoming cities and their cosy cafes even more appealing. Visit in the summer and you'll be rewarded with warm sun and stunning open spaces.
The Baltic’s history is tied to trade, with the powerful Hanseatic League creating many of the spectacular cities that exist today to trade their wares. By contrast Scandinavia and Iceland have a more traditional history, with fishing playing a major role in their development. This varied path means that there are many sights to experience in a cruise north.
With the great wealth that trade bought, cultural pursuits also followed and the Baltic is home to exquisite theatres and concert halls, playing host to some of the greatest performers in the world. Some of the world’s best museums can also be found in the Baltic, with St Petersburg’s Hermitage a spectacular example.
Most travellers new to the Baltic expect to find hearty stews and not much else – something of a misconception. Whilst the Baltic cities are, indeed, home to wonderfully hearty dishes – usually served with black rye bread – they offer a far wider menu. Summer brings fresh fish, meats and herbs cooked and served in the summer sun.
From bow to stern, discover 14 spacious decks on which to relax and unwind; to indulge in pleasures and activities you never normally have time for. Opulent public areas, extravagant dining rooms, ballrooms, theatres and lounges.
We can offer disabled passengers the pleasure of sailing on Cunard to a number of worldwide destinations, offering adapted cabins on accessible ships and a number of shore excursions and pursuits.
More information about disabled cruises
To discuss you’re Cunard Cruise Holiday and tell us about your medical condition or disability and the adaptations and assistance you need call 0161 804 9898 now.
Please note the images provided are examples of Cunard cruise line, they may not be of the exact ship you will be sailing on.
Wheelchair Accessible Cabins
There are over 30 fully accessible cabins across Cunard’s ships and many more partially accessible cabins in a wide variety of categories. You can choose an inside or ocean view cabin, deluxe balcony cabin, junior suite or even the Queens Suite.
Are all ships suitable for Wheelchair users?
All ships within the fleet can cater for the needs of those who are dependent on a wheelchair or scooter for mobility issues, including specially adapted staterooms with wide access doors, lower placed sinks and units and hand rails.
There may be, on occasion where going ashore would be by tender. In these instances, if you are confined to a wheelchair or similar equipment, you will not be able to go ashore.
Please note – None of the Cunard Vessels have a pool hoist
Queen Mary 2 - shower stools, raised toilet seats and commodes.
Queen Elizabeth - Raised toilet seats, commodes and bath chairs.
Queen Victoria - shower stools, raised toilet seats and commodes.
Can I bring my own hoist?
Yes, however you will need to check that the hoist is compatible with the vessels electrical supply. The standard electrical supply in the United Kingdom is 50HZ (cycles) and 240V so you will need to check with the manufacturer, or supplier, that the item is safe to use and that the overall performance will not be affected or damaged at 60HZ: Queen Elizabeth/Queen Mary 2/Queen Victoria: 220V / 110V / 60HZ.
Please contact the Pursers Desk once you have embarked the vessel in order for the Electrical Officer to test your equipment prior to sailing. We would suggest you check in no later than the allocated time on your ticket to ensure that you have enough time to do this. You will be responsible for the carriage and installation of your own electrical equipment and your hoist must remain in your stateroom at all times.Can I disembark at every port if I am a full time wheelchair user?
Due to the extreme tidal nature and the gangway configurations required to cope with large varying height differences between the quay and the gun-port doors, there is a strong chance that full time and/or part time wheelchair users may not be able to go ashore in ports including, but not limited too; Hamburg, Zeebrugge, Canary Island and French and Spanish Atlantic ports (not an exhaustive list). This is in the interest of the guest's safety.
Can I travel alone if I use a wheelchair or mobility scooter?
For those guests requiring the use of a wheelchair or scooter it is not a condition that you travel with a companion. However, although the crew are always very helpful, they are unable to assist you in moving around the vessel or in any personal day-to-day tasks. For this reason we would suggest you are accompanied by a personal assistant / travelling companion to provide these services.
What facilities do you have on board for deaf or the hard of hearing?
Wireless Head Phones are available on all 3 liners. The locations are as follows;
Queen Mary 2 - Royal Court Theatre, Queens Room, Illuminations Theatre and Connex room 6
Queen Elizabeth - Royal Court Theatre and Queens Room.
Queen Victoria - Royal Court Theatre and Queens Room.
All head sets can be obtained from the Pursers Desk.
Cunard can also supply with prior notice to sailing the ships safety drill in printed format. The liners safety drill is also communicated on the cabin TV with subtitles.
Can blind or visually impaired passengers travel alone?
Yes, Cunard welcome blind and visually impaired passengers on board to enjoy the Cunard Line experience.
Do you have Braille on board?
Braille is available in the following areas;
Queen Mary 2 - Underneath the stateroom number on the door, underneath each deck number inside the elevators and at each stairway, under the deck letter for the stairway.
Queen Elizabeth - Outside and inside the elevators, outside public toilets and underneath the stateroom number on the door.
Queen Victoria - Underneath the stateroom number on the door, underneath each deck number inside the elevators and at each stairway, under the deck letter for the stairway.
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