Vacation By V


Cruises are very popular ways for individuals with wheel chairs or scooters to travel. Sometimes people who are recouping from an injury rent a scooter for a cruise. Many people ask us which cruises are most Accessible. The answer really depends on a number of factors, including how many Accessible Rooms they have on board, what the layout of dining options are, the pool and theater layout and which ships have special equipment to accommodate wheel chairs and scooters. Another important issue is if the various ports will be meet one’s needs.
What Cruise Is Right For You???


This is a very good question, and there is no one cruise perfect for anyone. Here is a list of cruise lines we highly recommend, with their focus

Celebrity Cruise Line: Great for a person who wants great service, adult options, and luxury atmosphere.

Disney Cruise Line: A favorite among families and Disney Fanatics. Beyond Mickey Mouse and friends the Disney company is famous for a high level of service, great special needs assistance, and wonderful entertainment.

Norwegian Cruise Lines: A great cruise for more independent people, who like adventure, and a spice of life.

Norwegian Breakaway has an interesting “Special Needs Friendly” Itinerary.

Royal Caribbean Cruise Line: This line focuses on tons of activity, and entertainment. The Rock Wall and Wave Flow are new amoung the cruise lines. Wonderful ship for multi-generational group

Princesss: great for Alaska, Hawaii etc

Paul Gaugan: Smaller cruise ships for bigger adventures

MSC : European big ship focus

Popular New Options

Cruises going to CHINA, New Zealand, and Japan

River Cruising in Europe

Fall foliage cruises

Christmas Market Cruises

Autism At Sea

Call us for specific cruise itineraries and offers.

We look forward to saying Bon Voyage!!!