Explorer of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean

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4 out of 5

Liberty of the Sea Review

Sail Date: July 31, 2014

Reviewed: 2 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Inside

The ship was a little dated, but the food made up of the decor.

Royal Caribbean Cruise Line staff are not adequately trained to handle

disable passengers. The cruise line has little or no tours for disable passengers.

They can not give information for those disable passengers who want to navigate

on shore alone. Although, their private island of Lababee is accessible, their idea

of giving a disable passenger an good time is transporting them to a beach chair

and not offering them access to the sand wheel chair throughout their stay on the

island. There is not much thought about this concept in regards to their ability to use

the facilities ; bathroom or otherwise.

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