View Full Version : Handicapped cabin on NCL Majesty
March 1st, 2008, 05:12 PM
I am booking a handicapped cabin on Norwegian Majesty. Is the handicapped rooms bigger than the regular o/v cabins or is it just the doorway is bigger and bathroom accessible? Anyone have any pictures?
March 3rd, 2008, 04:19 PM
If it is the majesty that sails out of Boston to Bermuada you will be dissapointed. I believe they only have 4 rooms and the ship is not w/c friendly
March 3rd, 2008, 05:52 PM
I checked my info on the Majesty. They have 2 non smoking and 2 smoking w/c rooms and they are very tiny.You will be very unhappy. You can sail on other lines that will make you happy for less money.
March 19th, 2008, 01:57 AM
we are going on the majesty in 10 days we are booked in to an hc cabin i will be posting picture when we return
March 23rd, 2008, 05:56 PM
I was in the hc cabin on NCL Majesty. Very small. I have been on the Majesty three times. it was great. -If all you are looking for is the door way to fit a wheel chair- The door ways on the Majesty are wide. My husband has a jazzy - very wide - he had no problem getting into a regular cabin. and it was much larger. Plenty of room. Much nicer then their hc cabin. We were on deck seven twicw. I was in a suite - and that cabin was a nice size and if my hubby was with me he would not have any problem. As far as getting around the ship no problems there either. We were treated very well by all.
April 16th, 2008, 12:41 AM
Just got back from our cruise I hope these pics help you. We were in cabin 746.
May 27th, 2008, 03:40 PM
How was accessibility on ship? Getting out to the pool? Automatic doors on bathrooms -- handicapped stall in most bathrooms or not. Wheelchair seating for shows? Am cruising with 91-year-old mother in portable wheelchair. Any info would be much appreciated!
May 28th, 2008, 01:27 AM
My mother is a full-time wheelchair user and has cruise on the Majesty a couple of times. She will no longer go on it knowing that there are other MUCH more handicapped friendly ships out there. Anyone in a wheelchair will not be able to do ANYTHING at all by themselves on the Majesty, there are obstacles everywhere. If you have a companion to help you around, go everywhere with ya, it will work, have them start building up those muscles now though, cause they are gonna need em :p . The HC cabins on the Majesty are very, very basic. They are the same size as all the other cabins in that class, just modified. They are very tight. Overall, if you have another option, go with that one, even if it is gonna cost ya a bit more its worth it. If the Majesty is your only option, it can be done, its a good way for the helper to burn off all that extra weight you gain onboard :p
May 28th, 2008, 05:49 AM
Thanks so much for your helpful info. Since I live in Phila. I was looking for a cruise where my husband didn't have to drive to N.Y. to drop my mother and I off. However, had grave concerns about Majesty anyway. Then when I called to get prices and was told $1100 per person for a 7-night Bermuda cruise (when I could get much newer ships out of N.Y. for less), I didn't feel it was worth that price. Thanks again!