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Disabledholidays.com is pleased to partner with Cunard cruise line bringing you fantastic cruises at great prices.
Our team at Disabledholidays.com are accredited cruise experts (members of ACE), and excel in accessible travel. You can be sure that our advice and expertise are second to none, and that we’ll book a cruise to match your exact accessibility needs!
Book with Disabledholidays.com for:
- Guaranteed adapted cabins
- Assistance at ports
- Mobility equipment hire, delivered to your cabin
- Insurance for people with pre-existing conditions
- Award-winning service
We can arrange mobility equipment hire including wheelchairs and scooters, portable hoists, electric beds, shower chairs and more - delivered without hassle, straight to your cabin.
Please note: Adapted cabins get booked up quickly so book early to avoid disappointment!
Call now on 0161 804 9898 to check availability and speak to a cruise specialist to find your perfect accessible cruise.
Top Cunard cruise holidays
Warm year-round temperatures are a feature of a cruise to the Canary Islands and Madeira, which lie off the northwest coast of Africa.
You can step into grand cities and laid-back harbours, discover lively resorts and sleepy islands, stand before vibrant modern architecture or age-old wonders.
Europe’s northernmost nations create a wonderful region to explore, filled with fascinating contrasts. Following the shores of the Baltic Sea can showcase Scandinavia’s capitals, medieval towns and cities dotted with grand imperial buildings.
The east coast of America and Canada offers the opportunity to explore a enormous diverse land. From glitzy New York, head north through New England exploring historic Boston before entering the ruggedly stunning landscape of Canada.
The Caribbean’s many islands may boast similarly spectacular beaches and enviable weather, however each one offers a unique experience thanks to the many nations that have called areas of this turquoise sea home.
A Full World Cruise remains one of the world's best travel experiences. It's a lifestyle choice that offers the opportunity to explore everything from bustling metropolises and remote villages over the course of more than three months, all from the comfort of your ship.
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Information on Cunard's Accessibility policy
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.
Wheelchair accessible staterooms have a roll in shower to make these user-friendly for all wheelchair users. There is a limited number of wheelchair accessible staterooms on each ship so to maximise the availability for all wheelchair users, these are fitted with roll in showers only.
For 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 very helpful, they are unable to assist you in moving around the vessel or in any personal day-to-day tasks.
- Mobility aids on request:
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.
All of these items are limited and must be pre-booked in advance of sailing.
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.
Assistance Dogs - are welcome on all vessels, however due to current DEFRA requirements dogs are unable to disembark at any port of call. Cunard Line has a DEFRA license on Southampton to Southampton cruises and transatlantic crossings on Queen Mary 2. A minimum of 3 months notice is required.
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.
On all ships there are complimentary assistive listening devices for guests with impaired hearing and are available upon request for use in the Royal Court Theatre and Queens Room. On Queen Mary 2 there are a limited number of Ameriphone systems available which include a TDD (text) telephone, a pillow vibrator and a flashing light signal to alert the guests if the phone is ringing or someone is at the door.
Should you require one of these systems, these must be booked in advance.
All of the television programming on board the vessel can be set to show captions.
For more information on Cunard cruise holidays, to discuss what's suitable for your ability, or to check availability and prices please call 0161 804 9898 or submit an enquiry.
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