Travelers with Disabilities
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equipped its ships with a variety of amenities geared toward
those guests with special needs. Many measures have been taken
to make your stay comfortable and effortless as possible.
Both Disney ships have 16 staterooms that are equipped for
guests using wheelchairs. These cabins are available in
categories, 3, 5, 6, 8, and 11. They have ramped bathroom
thresholds, open bed frames, added phones in the bathroom and on
the nightstand, bathroom and shower handrails, fold down shower
seats, handheld showerheads, lowered towel and closet bars, and
emergency call buttons.
captioning is available for stateroom TVís and some onboard
video monitors. Stateroom Communication Kits may be reserved
upon request. They include door knock and phone alerts, phone
amplifier, bed shaker notification, a strobe light smoke
detector, and a test typewriter (TTY). There is no
extra charge for the kit, but supplies are limited. Request it
when you make your reservation and confirm it prior to sailing.
Wheelchair accessible restrooms are available in all common
areas on board the ship. There are transfer tiers at the
Quiet Cove pool.
(Each is a multi-step tier and is not automatic. To use it
guests must be able to lift themselves out of his or her chair.)
Sand wheelchairs are available at Castaway Cay. American
Sign Language interpretation is available for live performances
on designated cruise dates. (The service is not available on
every cruise, so be sure to start planning your trip well in
to receive a Free No
Obligation Disney Cruise Line Quote!