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Wheelchair accessible tender - or plan a day on the ship.


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6 hours ago, crewsweeper said:

I have seen wheelchairs lifted onto and out of tenders.  Scooters would be a different issue.

Dumb question but were the people in the chairs at the time or lifted on/off empty. 

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It will also depend on the sea conditions at the time as well.  You have to be able to roll on safely.  Or transfer without the chair.  The staff will make the call as to whether it can be done safely in the moment.  Be sure to inquire at Guest Services as well as to their procedures. 

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