Accessibility

Wheelchairs and mobility scooters

Mobility Scooters 

Mobility scooters will only be permitted on board if guests have booked into an accessible stateroom, or selected suite. This is to ensure there is sufficient space for the scooter to be stored safely.

A list of the suitable staterooms can be found using the following link

Which cabins are suitable for wheelchair and mobility scooter users? 

If you are taking a mobility scooter on board in an approved stateroom please ensure you have checked the stateroom door width as the scooter must be able to fit through to enable it to be stored within your stateroom when not in use.

Details of the stateroom door widths can be found using the following link

What is the door width of my cabin? 

Cunard defines a mobility scooter as a three or four wheeled electrical or battery powered scooter designed for a person of restricted mobility. Motorised wheelchairs, bespoke machines for full time disabled persons and manual collapsible wheelchairs are not included within the definition for the term ‘mobility scooters’.

Please note that we can only accept gel, dry cell, sealed lead acid or lithium-Ion battery operated mobility scooters on board and segways, trikes or any similar non standard aids to mobility will not be permitted.

Wheelchairs

Collapsible wheelchairs are welcome on board in any of our staterooms as long as when collapsed the width does not exceed 51cms. 

If you are taking a non collapsible manual or electric wheelchair please ensure you have checked the stateroom door width as the wheelchair must be able to fit through to enable it to be stored in your stateroom when not in use. 

Details of the stateroom door widths can be found using the following link

What is the door width of my cabin? 

Please note that we can only accept gel, dry cell, sealed lead acid or lithium-Ion battery operated mobility scooters on board and segways, trikes or any similar non standard aids to mobility will not be permitted.

Whilst there is a limited supply of wheelchairs available for use on board our ships, these can only be requested once on board and are given out on a first come first served basis. We would advise that guests supply their own or hire one independently to avoid disappointment.