Cruise reviews, tips and guides for wheelchair travel. 

Cruising + Cruise Lines Overview

Why take a cruise? Cruising on various cruise lines is one of the most popular means of travel for those who

Alaska Wheelchair Travel Tips

Alaska is more stunning in person than imagined, and is a top wheelchair travel destination. The easiest and most wheelchair-friendly

San Diego, California: Adaptive + Recreational Sailing

Challenged Sailors San Diego in California provides therapeutic and recreational adaptive sailing opportunities for people with disabilities to enhance their

Freedom Sailing International

Freedom Sailing International is a non-profit organization based in New Orleans, whose mission is to design, build and operate the first

Glacier Bay, British Columbia Sea Adventure

It’s always a bit risky taking a journey to a remote destination where accessibility may be in question.   But seven

Cruise Alaska’s Inside Passage

Four years ago I took my very first cruise which happened to be to one of the best destinations a

Cruise Warnings: 6 Travel Access Myths

For some people, a cruise is the trip of lifetime, a celebration, a repeat occurrence, or perhaps the best and

12-Day Island Cruise (Royal Caribbean)

Cruising is the most accessible vacation for anyone in a wheelchair. The newest ships are bigger and better offering many

7-Day Western Caribbean Cruise (Disney Fantasy)

As you may have read in my articles, my wife and I are Disney nuts. Back in 2010 we took the

7-Day Eastern Caribbean Cruise (Disney Fantasy)

In my Adventures by Disney articles for Germany and 4 day Bahamian cruise, my wife and I are Disney nuts. Back in 2010

7-Day Eastern Caribbean Cruise (Disney Fantasy)

I have been on many great Disney Cruises, but the access on the 7-day Eastern Caribbean Cruise onboard the Disney

7-Day Eastern Caribbean Cruise (Royal Caribbean)

  Planning If you are anything like me, when you decide to take a vacation, spontaneity goes out the window.

5-Day Western Caribbean Cruise (Ruby Princess)

I was itching to go on another cruise.  I narrowed my travel search down to two itineraries, a 5-night to either

Cruising with a Disability: What to Know

The word POSH, coincidentally, has nautical and monetary roots and due to the intense sun refers to the cooler side

Cruise Planning: 10 Travel Tips

1. Seek out the newest ships. While some oceangoing lines have nicely retrofitted older vessels with accessible features, generally, the

5-Night Caribbean Cruise (Royal Princess)

I’ve always been fascinated with traveling; mostly by air though as that was my main form of travel when not

Cruise: Mexico, Belize, Isla Roatan & Cayman Islands

It was a cold day bundled in my down overcoat in New England and I couldn’t count down the hours

Yacht Rental in Mediterranean

With architect Hacı M. Hekim, Tunc Tonger has designed a three-story wheelchair accessible yacht to provide the disabled with a

Havana, Cuba Travel Adventure

While there are still restrictions to go anywhere in Cuba, even Havana, it is easier to get there than it

Cruise 12-Night Eastern Mediterranean: Italy, Greece, Turkey + Egypt

There aren’t many cruise itineraries that allow you to visit 3 ancient marvels like the Colosseum in Rome, the Parthenon

4-Day Bahamas Cruise (Disney Wonder)

My wife and I never thought we would be cruisers. In our minds we always pictured older people on a

Cruise: Be Your Own Advocate!

Cruising is a great way to travel and see the world and that’s also true for many people with disabilities,

Europe Cruise: Holland, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Finland & Russia

Looking for a wheelchair accessible European Cruise?  If so, a Scandinavian Itinerary may be the one for you to begin

Cruise: France, Italy + Spain

The Liberty of the Seas is the second biggest ship in the world, just behind the Oasis of the Seas

Cruising on the Celebrity Silhouette

Easy Access Travel was honored to be among the Travel Industry guests invited to sail on a two night pre-inaugural

Alaska Cruise and Land Tour Tips

  One of the best accessible cruises is to Alaska, whether using a manual or power wheelchair or scooter.  I

Easy Access Travel

Dedicated to meeting the needs of disabled and mature travelers. Easy Access Travel provides clients with the necessary information to

Carnival Cruises Accessible Features

Cruising is one of the most popular ways for people to travel when on vacation. Carnival Ships feature accessible elevators

Carnival Glory Cruise Access

So far I have only been on one ship. As I “try” them out I will try to put together

Caribbean Cruise (Carnival Breeze)

Our cruise in January 2015 to the Caribbean on the Carnival Breeze included stops at the ports St. Thomas and

Disabled Travel Agent’s Favorite Cruises

I am often asked which cruise line and destination are my favorites; 16 years ago I took my first cruise

Why Take a Cruise? Travel Agent’s Advice

It’s no secret anymore that cruises have become the vacation of choice for persons with disabilities.  Major cruise lines have

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