Special Needs Group adds Royal Caribbean ships to its ship accessibility index
Special Needs Group has announced it is adding all accessible ships in Royal Caribbean's fleet to its Web portal/accessibility content resource. Included in the index is Royal Caribbean's newest cruise ship, Quantum of the Seas, which launches in November 2014.
The Special Needs Group portal offers detailed cruise ship accessibility features and provides helpful information including:
- Number of accessible staterooms
- Accessible stateroom features
- Food & Beverage venues accessibility
- Recreational facilities accessibility
- And more
The Royal Caribbean accessibility information launches today with sister brands Celebrity Cruises and Azamara Club Cruises later this month.
For Quantum of the Seas, the portal lists 34 accessible staterooms, which have have wider doors, roll-in showers, grab bars and turning spaces. The ship also features braille/tactile public room signage, amplified phones, lowered counters at select locations and more.
SNG President and CEO Andrew Garnett said, "By continuing to add ships/cruise lines to our accessibility content resource, we're reinforcing our corporate responsibility to help educate travel professionals, as well as the traveling public, that individuals with special needs have the ability to travel now more than ever before. The content that we create and provide is mainly informational as opposed to commercially-driven, allowing individuals with special needs to choose the most appropriate ship/cruise for them."