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39 minutes ago, BTromboneFrack said:

My wife has mobility issues too.   They do have handicapped parking right next to the elevators, however, they were already filled up when we got there.   It was easy to get to another parking spot and do a short walk.  Carnival is great at getting handicapped people into the right lines and through the system.   

 Thank you for the information!! That is good to know!

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On 10/6/2019 at 6:58 PM, BTromboneFrack said:

My wife has mobility issues too.   They do have handicapped parking right next to the elevators, however, they were already filled up when we got there.   It was easy to get to another parking spot and do a short walk.  Carnival is great at getting handicapped people into the right lines and through the system.   

I am recovering from a broken foot and recently cruised on Harmony of the Seas out of Port Canaveral and had wheelchair embarkation.  It took quite a while to get a wheelchair pusher for us to board.  My foot is better, but the long and winding ramps to get onboard might still be a problem for me.  How long are the ramps for the Valor?  I was hoping to just walk on, but am having second thoughts.  What is Carnival's procedure for getting onboard in a wheelchair? 

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On 10/9/2019 at 5:09 PM, RoperDK said:

I am recovering from a broken foot and recently cruised on Harmony of the Seas out of Port Canaveral and had wheelchair embarkation.  It took quite a while to get a wheelchair pusher for us to board.  My foot is better, but the long and winding ramps to get onboard might still be a problem for me.  How long are the ramps for the Valor?  I was hoping to just walk on, but am having second thoughts.  What is Carnival's procedure for getting onboard in a wheelchair? 


I’ll put it this way. They should give you a piece of cheese at the end.

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Anyone have experience using CAS line at ncl terminal? could have used it last cruise, but lines weren't long and i was with others without CAS. any special perks besides different line?

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6 hours ago, pinklucky61 said:

Anyone have experience using CAS line at ncl terminal? could have used it last cruise, but lines weren't long and i was with others without CAS. any special perks besides different line?

Nothing special about the line except it is usually shorter than the Latitudes line (and I'm Platinum Plus).   I've had to show my paperwork to the employee standing there to prove I was on a 'Casino House' cruise.    

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