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Are these trips wheelchair friendly ? Thank you

3 months ago Answer

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Frankfurt, Germany
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This is probably a little late but I think it might be kind of tough to get on and off the boat but I think that they can accommodate somehow. Sorry I can be of more assistance on this.

2 months ago
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Sorry, I would love to help you but I didn’t mention this point, we had nothing on wheels.

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Majorca, Spain
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The boat has a lot of fitted seats but lm sure the staff would help.you on and off the boat the gangway is big another for a wheel chair ask the rep before you book hope this helps

2 months ago
Bacup, Lancashire
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Avoid at all cost wheelchair or not.. but wheelchair friendly... No!!!

3 months ago
Bacup, Lancashire
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Avoid at all cost wheelchair or not.. but wheelchair friendly... No!!!

3 months ago
Tarvin, United Kingdom
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Definitely not.

3 months ago
Raymond Island, Australia
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Hi,

There are different trips you can do.

For your circumstance (refer to my review)

1. Around the island of Malta in my view would be the most wheelchair friendly as you board and get off the boat once only and you can see the sites from sitting in the boat.

The other trip to the blue lagoon is most people on and off the boat twice.

Rather than book before you arrive go to the bay where the cruises depart and have a look at the boarding environment.

The staff I am sure would be only to helpful and unless you are in peak season spaceshould not be an issue.

Cheers,

G

3 months ago
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Are these trips wheelchair friendly, I would say no. As a retired OT, a wheel chair might make it on to the vessel, but it is crowded with fixed seats, many seats, and little room in between. So friendly would not describe it.

3 months ago
Sunbury-On-Thames, United Kingdom
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Sadly I would say not at all, the boats equipment is basic plus there are stairs on board, it’s unworkable i,d say. Sorry to send you bad news.

3 months ago
Brighton and Hove, United Kingdom
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From what I have seen most boats have a narrow gangplank and travellers are encouraged to go up top,I would say they are not wheelchair friendly.Suggest you contact the tourist office ,there must be the possibility to do a harbour trip.

3 months ago
Norwich, United Kingdom
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Definitely not, we struggled with a buggy for a child!

3 months ago
Oxford, United Kingdom
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The boat and coach might be, but not the actual tourist attractions, especially Blue Lagoon, it’s a steep and narrow cliff climb up and down, I struggled passing fellow travellers as an able bodied person

3 months ago
Takeley, United Kingdom
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No . I do t think a wheelchair user would be able to leave the boat at gozo or the other island we visited

3 months ago
Poole, Dorset
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Unfortunately I think I would agree... The narrow ganway onto the boat I feel would not be wide enough. But think you should message the company and ask ... They may have different boats doing different cruise tours that may be able to accommodate a wheelchair.

3 months ago
Emsworth, United Kingdom
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Not sure. There are many boats in Sliema harbour that do similar trips. The boat we were on I would say no as the gangway is narrow and the toilets are below decks. (Stairs) I would walk along the harbour wall and ask the boat crews. I'd be surprised if none of them were wheelchair friendly.

3 months ago
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No. There are a lot of stairs.

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