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We want everyone to have a trip of a lifetime. That is why we always go the extra mile to ensure our ships are optimised for passengers with specific accessibility needs. You will find all of our public doors are accessible to wheelchairs, and we have designed wheelchair accessible staterooms that have been adapted with special features. We have also included signage in Braille throughout our ships.
All Celebrity Cruises ships have staterooms with features especially designed for wheelchair access. View our selection of spacious staterooms, ranging from 272 sq (25.27 sq m) ft to 381 sq ft (35.40 sq m).
We make every effort to accommodate our guests on board and during excursions. Find out more about how our activities and services have been made wheelchair accessible.
It is important to us that every guest can make the most of their holiday. We have installed technology, including Alertmaster monitors and ASL, to assist guests with hearing impairments.
Every Celebrity Cruises ship was designed with our passengers’ needs in mind. From wide corridors and gradual inclines to automatic doors, we’ve made accessibility a priority.
Each of our staterooms, dining areas and public spaces incorporate Braille signage wherever possible. And our friendly crew and staff are on hand to help in every way.
If you have a specific medical condition, we will ensure you have all you need while you are on board. Learn more about our medical services including oxygen, dialysis, special dietary arrangements, pregnancy and more.
Please note: pregnant guests are able to sail with us provided they do not enter your 24th week at any point during the cruise.
Special services contact details
Phone: (0)1932 834194
To arrange accessibility services before your cruise, simply complete our Celebrity Cruises Guest Special Needs Form or contact our Special Services team using the details above to let us know your needs.
Our goal is to make all of our guests as comfortable as possible, both on and off the ship. Our cruise ships have spacious corridors to accommodate 180 degree turns for wheelchairs. Most decks are accessible through automatic doors, and all public rooms feature entrances with gradual inclines.
We provide complimentary wheelchair assistance for embarkation and disembarkation, however, if you would like the use of a wheelchair or scooter for the duration of your cruise, then you are welcome to bring your own on board or you can hire one from an outside vendor. Please see the contact information below for hire companies who can delivery various items of equipment, including wheelchairs/scooters, hoists, shower chairs, commodes etc. to your stateroom on the day of embarkation.
Mobility at Sea - www.mobilityatsea.co.uk
Email: email@example.com | Emma@Mobilityatsea.co.uk
Scootaround - https://scootaround.com/en
Telephone: +44 (0)7821 614803
Guests may bring and use wheelchairs, mobility scooters and other assertive equipment on board our ships, please provide full details on the Guest Special Needs Form.
Please note: Due to safety reasons, Segways may not be used on board.
Mobility equipment can include wheelchairs and mobility scooters, which must be stored and charged in your stateroom so that fire doors, corridors and elevator lobbies are kept clear for emergency evacuation.
Mobility equipment should fit through a standard stateroom doorway which is at least 23 inches wide. We do offer accessible staterooms which have wider doors which are at least 32 inches in width so they can accommodate larger items of equipment
Please note: Crew members are not permitted to lift any assertive equipment.
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