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From the Have Wheelchair Will Travel Blog: The bed has room on one side for transferring from a wheelchair and has a bed grab rail which I haven't seen before. The rail can be lifted up out of the way or left down beside the bed to assist the passenger. There is also an emergency call button. The bathroom is well laid out with a flip down shower seat and room to transfer from a wheelchair. There is a hand held shower, sink with room underneath for a wheelchair user and a toilet with grab rails on either side. All of the kid's club areas were wheelchair accessible but keep in mind there are some restrictions with what the staff are able to do for children with a disability so I would ask questions before booking if using the kids/teen club is essential to your holiday. For example staff cannot toilet children that need assistance. The pool area of the ship was probably the only area where I felt things are a bit tricky for a wheelchair user. There is a wooden deck which skirts the edge of the pool and I couldn't see any easy way for someone using a wheelchair to get in and out. I know we would manage with BJ but he can transfer well. I think that a pool chair would be a fabulous addition to the ship. Wheelchair Accessible rooms can be booked on 13 24 94 (AU) or 0800 780 716 (NZ)