russl Posted September 14, 2006 #1 Share Posted September 14, 2006 First I'd like to thank everyone here for all the great information on this site. It's been invaluable for my fiance and I in planning our wedding / honeymoon. We're getting married on the Sun on Saturday before departing for Alaska. My 85 year old soon to be mother in law is attending the weeding but not sailing on the cruise. She's in wonderful health overall but she does wear a back brace that makes traveling a little difficult. She always gets the third degree at airport security after setting off the x-ray machine even though she carries a doctor's note describing the brace she wears. We're wondering how rigorous the security boarding the ship is likely to be and whether we'll need to allow more time for her to get through. The other issue for her is that it's difficult for her to stand for long periods. If she has to wait a while to board are there places to sit down at the pier / boarding area? Thanks for any help you can provide, Russ Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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