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I have a dilemma. I am trying to pick out which Oasis class ship is the best for me and my family. Me - I have a form of muscular dystrophy where I have trouble climbing ladders. I am not handicapped nor in a wheelchair. I can do stairs, just not ladders. Family - Wife and 4 year old active twins. I have been on Oasis and Allure and enjoyed the solarium pool. I have been on many royal ships and enjoy all of the solarium pools as they typically have stairs to get into them. I would not be able to go into the pools with ladders only. I have been reading that the Harmony does not have a Solarium pool. Just some misters and hot tubs. However I know my kids would love the splash water bay playground which I believe is exclusive to Harmony. Which Oasis ship would you choose?
I am looking for reviews, photos or videos of the accessible staterooms on Liberty of the Seas deck 9. We have booked 9553 for a cruise this November, and this is where my 3 kids & babysitter will be staying. My oldest child uses a wheelchair and we're trying to get an idea of what the set up is for 4 beds & what the bathroom looks like so we can figure out what equipment to bring. Thanks! Diane
We are travelling on Liberty of the Seas this November. My family of 6 includes my teenaged son who uses a wheelchair. We're looking for recommendations on affordable excursions in Costa Maya, Cozumel and Roatan that are kid, young-adult friendly & wheelchair accessible. We don't mind skipping a formal tour and taking a taxi to a destination, but we are not sure if there are wheelchair accessible taxis in the 3 ports. Does anyone have experience with the beaches, excursions, or self-tours? Thanks, Diane