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We are going on Discovery 2 for 8 nights on 2nd November - this is our 15th cruise (and third time on D2) but the first time my husband has used a wheelchair.  We are in an inside disabled access cabin (7083) not a balcony one - all the outside disabled access cabins were already booked when we contacted the Marella Welfare Dept.


I will post all my findings on how we find things with the wheelchair when we get back.


It may be worth you phoning the Welfare Dept to ask their recommendations - we found them extremely helpful.


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We went on Discovery 2 in January and hubby was in a wheelchair,  I’m pretty fit but I found it hard work pushing the wheelchair, We’ve just booked on it again but he’s taking a mobility scooter this time. 

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Went to Captains reception last night on E2. A lady in a wheelchair thanked him for all the assistance she had received and said she was more than satisfied. Hope this may help

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