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I recall reading some posts a while back when one or two forum members mentioned that they always fancied going on a cruise. Well, my wife and I are fairly seasoned cruisers and if anyone is genuinely interested and wants to ask any questions I would be very happy to assist.
By way of background, we have only cruised with one cruise operator – P&O Cruises – but they are the biggest operator from the U.K. We have done 14 cruises with them and have another 4 booked over the next year or so. We have also done comprehensive ship visits to Cunards Queen Mary 2 (QM2) and visited (and stayed overnight) on two Cruise and Maritime Voyages (CMV) ships.
Since my wife’s disability became a major issue (she now has to use a wheelchair) she will only consider cruises for overseas holidays. They are incredibly disabled friendly and my wife enjoys every element and aspect of them as a result. There are many reasons for this and, as I say, if anyone is considering one but is wondering how they would cope there are countless tips I can provide. The only thing I can’t help you with is paying for them!