All cruise lines allow guests to use a mobility scooter on-board. The majority of cruise lines allow users of mobility scooters to book a standard cabin or stateroom, although depending on your room you may have a problem getting it through the door if it doesn’t fold down at all. Only Cunard and P&O Cruises require guests with mobility scooters to book a disabled-access stateroom or a suite.
Emma has more than seven years' experience as a writer and has been in the travel industry for nearly five years. She loves learning about new places and cruise ships coming to market, as well as discovering fun and exciting activities to do while you sail. She has cruised with Princess Cruises, Cunard, Celebrity Cruises, Virgin Voyages, Avalon Waterways and Royal Caribbean and is looking to get something in her diary for 2024! Her favourite things to see on a ship include excellent entertainment, a delicious cocktail menu and extraordinary dining venues.