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Mobility and Disability Access & Service Animals

Access and Services

Special Needs Equipment Rental 
Our exclusive Special Needs Equipment supplier, Special Needs Group: http://www.SpecialNeedsatSea.com
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Mobility Impairments
Onboard staterooms and social areas are designed to accommodate guests with disabilities.

Visual Impairments
Discover how Braille is used to make cruising as enjoyable as possible.

Hearing Impairments
From "portable hearing room kit" monitors to ASL Interpreters, every attempt is made to help all guests.

Accessible Staterooms
Every ship has staterooms that are specially designed to be wheelchair accessible.

Medical, Dietary, Transportation and Other Needs
The cruise lines can accommodate most of your transportation needs, dietary needs, medical needs, including oxygen and dialysis.

Service Animals  
*Please contact us for other information regarding cruise lines other than Royal Caribbean.

  • Royal Caribbean welcomes guests with service animals onboard all of their ships.
  • A 4-ft x 4-ft wooden box with mulch or sod is provided in a relief area on a designated open deck.  Disney supplies grass in a plastic tray.
  • Service animals are welcome anywhere on the ship where there is public access.

Paperwork Requirements

  • The guest is responsible for supplying a copy of the following paperwork, and to bring a copy of each with them on the cruise:
  • A copy of the service animals current vaccination records to ensure that all shots are current.  NOTE: Some countries you will visit require the vaccination paperwork to be dated no older than 6 months (see website below).
  • Any required permits for the service animal to get off and on the vessel in ports of call. You may access foreign embassy information at http://www.aphis.usda.gov/animal_welfare/pet_travel/pet_travel.shtml to assist you in obtaining the required permits.

A copy of the service animal certification is recommended, but not required.There is no requirement that Service Animals disembark at ports of call. Service Animals may not be left onboard unattended.