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On 5/2/2021 at 5:13 AM, PhD-iva said:

I feel the pain! I’m booked as a solo on Regent’s 15 JAN 2022 Buenos Aires to Santiago cruise. The single supplement was 50%, but I’LL BE ON REGENT! 
I’m hoping to find a GF to travel with me since DH now refuses to travel. 🤯 

I was able to talk his SIL to accompany me on an Oceania cruise Rome to Venice in April 2023. Prices seemed crazy low (for Oceania), now I realize we’re in Rome during Settimana Santa (Holy Week). Crowds and high prices. We’re pondering our options......

I was in Rome on Ash Wednesday on a cruise, and then back again on Good Friday after the cruise.  Crowded, yes, but not unseemly, on Wednesday.  Plan your time, and go out as early as you can.  Plus, if you are going to the Vatican, I'd suggest getting tickets for the very first group in the morning.  Also, we got a hotel about 1/2 block from the Vatican Museum entrance.  On Good Friday we walked around the Vatican and went into the Basilica when it opened at 7am.  We were able to see everything with no crowds.

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This conversation has focused on NCL, RCI, and Celebrity. None of their current solo cabins seem to be ADA compatible. Does any other line have an ADA  Balcony Staterooms with less than 200% ?

 

 

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On 12/19/2020 at 6:34 AM, farmersfight said:

 

Good to know, thanks. 3 of my 5 booked solo cruises are with RCL. As a future solo cruiser, I am already finding more reasons to go with RCL (i.e. their studio balcony cabins on their Quantum-class ships. Imo, RCL "hit the nail on the head" with these cabins because just because you are a solo, you can still love to be booked in a balcony cabin).

 

Also, RCL frequently runs their 60% off the 2nd guest sale which essentially lowers your solo supplement to 40%. I have booked multiple balcony staterooms under this promo.

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6 hours ago, Gr8Mariner said:

This conversation has focused on NCL, RCI, and Celebrity. None of their current solo cabins seem to be ADA compatible. Does any other line have an ADA  Balcony Staterooms with less than 200% ?

 

 

I’m not aware of any single-occupancy cabins on mainstream lines which are ADA compliant. Solo cabins are small. You’d have to look at ships with suitable cabins and then pounce on any reduced supplement fares (which may be scarce for the first year or so).

 

The luxury lines frequently have low single supplements, although the smaller ships mean fewer ADA cabins available. 
 

This would be a good question for CC’s Disabled Cruise Travel forum.

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