For travelers in wheelchairs, or with other mobility issues or special needs, a cruise offers a unique way to see the world. Unpack once—and, with the right cruise, see a handful of different countries in as many days.
"It's great for our group," says Jeanne Mohle, of New Directions Travel, which specializes in accessible travel for people with developmental disabilities. "There's a fancy dinner to go to, a show to see and many ports that are accessible." (Though not all, she adds as a caveat.)
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