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HappySailor48

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  1. I have reviewed the ADA deck plan, and the only rooms shown are AAC, or Ambulatory Accessible cabins, all with a door width of 22", which is too small for electric chairs. And so I called Carnival, and spoke with them, they confirmed it and I was told to "hope" that during dry dock between now and next year, she gets some cabins upgraded to Fully Accessable.
  2. v But unfortunately, no fully accessible cabins (FAC) for those who are confined to a wheelchair for mobility.
  3. My hope that they upgrade some of the staterooms to include FAC (Fully Accessible) cabins for folks who are disabled. Our church group cruises every year, previously on the Fantasy. For next year, we wanted something bigger and better, and chose the Sunshine. But we have one member who won't be able to go unless they add a FAC cabin.
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