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Questions related to Accessibility & Disability

We want everyone to feel comfortable and onboard our ships you’ll discover never-before-seen innovations to ensure each and every guest experience their dream holiday. All of our ships have staterooms designed to accommodate guests with mobility and ...
We do not require a proof of disability; however, we do require you to complete a Special Needs Form to acknowledge your need for the accessible stateroom. For more details, please refer to the Accessible Staterooms.
Onboard and onshore we have personnel who provide assistance pushing wheelchairs using gangways and boarding bridges to make the difference between a good holiday and an incredible one. There may be additional wait times for assistance during peak pe...
A Royal Caribbean cruise is an adventure and the more information and notice you can provide on your needs, the better we are able to assist you to ensure you experience your dream holiday. Please keep in mind we do require advance notice for certain...
There is no requirement for our guests with a disability to travel with another person, however, our crew members are not permitted to perform personal tasks (e.g. assisting with eating, dressing, toileting or lifting). Any guest requiring assistance...
We have complimentary wheelchairs available for guests getting onboard and onshore, simply refer to the Special Needs Form if required. However, if you would like a wheelchair or scooter during the cruise, you are welcome to bring your own.
Yes, we accept all service dogs on all our ships. Please see our Service Animals section for more details about our service animal policies. Guests traveling with a service dog should review guidelines at Accessible Shore Excursions and contact shore...
Due to quarantine restrictions, emotional support animals are not accepted on board any Royal Caribbean ships departing from Australia or New Zealand.
Yes, we provide: • Braille and tactile public room signage • Braille and tactile elevator buttons and audio call signals • Braille deck numbers on staircase handrails
We don’t offer day trips, we offer adventures that allow guests to explore island after island, and culture after culture. Each adventure is crafted with thousands of options for families, foodies, action lovers and culture seekers. Due to certain ve...

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