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NCL Sun Accessibility?

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Looking at a cruise on the NCL Sun, but she is an older ship and have my concerns about the accessibility. being a full time wheelchair user

Anyone have any experiences cruise on the Sun?

 

Thanks

 

 

 

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Sorry, don't have information about the Sun specifically, but here is what NCL says about accessibility on their ships.   Maybe someone who has been on the Sun can chime in.

 

 

https://www.ncl.com/about/accessible-cruising

 

 

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While I am not HC - I have helped those about the ships.

I have been on SUN DAWN STAR and know enough

about the deck and floor plans to negotiate the maze.

 

Posted a minute ago about your other post:

Don't wait too long to book the HC balcony - otherwise the options would not be too bad for an inside cabin

one of those with a sideways floor plan having slightly more useable room space.

 

The degree of HC (wheelchair-scooter-etc) can be a bigger factor than location having a bigger cabin entry

door and bath showering facility YMMV 

 

Note that if you need a HC cabin and some non-HC guest has booked it - NCL may make an attempt to

solve this problem - have a discussion with NCL

 

Now as for the SUN - nothing wrong with this ole lady of the sea - you will like not having a taxing effort to go

from end to end and top to bottom on this smaller ship and you certainly don't need the roof top amusement park !

 

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thanks for the reply's. I have taken a few  cruises on NCL before, it is hard enough to find a cruise that goes where you want then to find out if there are any HC rooms left. New ships are nice but they go to the same old stop\s

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I have not sailed on the Sun, but have been on a number of the old NCL ships and have always been pleased with their accommodations. Yes, my friend, “don't-use-real-name” is correct. He has had to tolerate me on a couple cruises and I do not think I ever ran over him once. NCL's accessible cabins have always been comfortable. Both Ruth and I had our scooters and there was always ample space for both.

 

Have a wonderful cruise,

Betty

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