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we have cruised many many times but this will be our first time using a wheelchair. Which would be more user friendlly, Boston or Port of Bayonne.

Have cruised from both but cant recall if it was difficut to get off and on.

 

Both cruised are similair so we could do either one.

 

Thanks for any input

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59 minutes ago, ck451320 said:

we have cruised many many times but this will be our first time using a wheelchair. Which would be more user friendlly, Boston or Port of Bayonne.

Have cruised from both but cant recall if it was difficut to get off and on.

 

Both cruised are similair so we could do either one.

 

Thanks for any input

At Cape Liberty there is a wide curb cut directly in front of the terminal entrance doors. It is located past the luggage drop zone and before the garage and parking lots.

 

To board the ship you will be directed to the 2 elevators on the side of the escalator. You will still have the angled ramp and its incline to transfer from the terminal to the ship. You can request assistance for an employee to push the wheelchair.

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