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  1. Here I am going ashore in Kona. I was able to walk a few steps and the crew helped me all the way, on both ends. Always check with guest services to see how accessible the port facilities are.
  2. We purchased a carrying bag for our rollator. When we get to the airport, I dismount the handles, lock it folded, and zip it up in the bag. Accessories, such as our cup holder, can also be tossed in the bag. It protects the rollator as it goes through baggage handling, and my wife goes aboard using a wheelchair provided by the airport.
  3. In 2004 I was recovering from Guillain-Barre syndrome, and needed a wheelchair or walker. We took a Hawai'i cruise and I borrowed a wheelchair from the ship. They took good care of us and loaded me, chair and all, into the tenders when necessary.
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