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Husband and I are so excited to be going on a royal carribean cruise! looking at shore excursions however we’re concerned with the sometimes minimal information. I have a chronic illness that requires I have access to a bathroom at all times. we are eyeing a snorkeling adventure in labadee, Haiti which it says uses a double decker catamaran. I’m not familiar with a catamaran and I’m wondering do they have toilets to use? I wish I could call to ask someone before booking. I am concerned as this tour is several hours long.
Hey Cruisers, I am like a ghost, i dissapear until the next cruise emergency comes along! SO SORRY! I will endeavor to be a better community member. Next cruise is in a month on Canadian Thanksgiving Last year when we cruised, a week or so before we left, my wife was diagnosed with gall bladder issues, and as such had to have a MASSIVELY restricted diet, the guest services department was a godsend This year, she decided it would be a good idea to rupture her Patellar AND Quad tendons in the same knee, a month before we cruise. We don't have cancellation insurance (on multiple hotels stays, flights and the cruise) so we are going as long as the doctor okays it. I got ahold of the RC guest services team again, but sadly, this time they kinda just said "We have no accessible rooms, maybe try calling every few days" Which I understand, but really? No wait list or anything? I am not looking for a free upgrade, but my wife will most likely spend most of her time in a wheelchair for this cruise, Having to use crutches to go in and out of the room is fine (We are renting a collapsible wheelchair) but she is worried about using washrooms. Does anyone have experience with using small cruise washrooms with mobility issues? She is tall (6 feet and very long legs) and has a full leg immobilizer. there is good chance she will not be able to bend her knee at all. any other tall folks deal with this onboard? Also, any helpful tips for dealing with mobility issues onboard in a chair? I am suspecting we should change our dining from "my time" to a set time so that we have a simple accessible spot. (my experience with non set time dining seemed a little busier and more chaotic overall, but maybe that was just on the Anthem) Thanks in advance Cruise pals! Dave & Cara
I sleep with a nightlight in the bathroom that shares a low level of light with the bedroom. Is there an electrical outlet in the cabin bathrooms, and can the bathroom door be kept ajar? Or should I bring a battery-operated night-light? Leaving the bathroom light on all night would be too bright, but I don't want to have to deal with total darkness, either.