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From the Have Wheelchair Will Travel blog: Wide walkways and lifts make navigating the ship accessible to all. The adults only pool and spa area doesn't appear to have a hoisted seat but there's one in the main pool area.¬†The wooden seat has arm rests which lift out of the way for transferring and has a strap to clip around the torso of the person using the seat. The unisex stand-alone facilities are excellent on all the decks. The bathrooms are spacious, have grab rails and lever taps.¬†Some of the bathrooms have button operated automatic opening doors which is excellent. There's also an emergency call button in some bathrooms. Jen, who shared her experience of staying in an accessible stateroom on the ship said: I had chosen to get an accessible balcony room this time & I'm ssssssooooooooooo glad I did.¬† I would almost insist that anyone with a wheelchair get one as the views are to die for & there was heaps of floor space for my BIG electric wheelchair....The room had a wall¬†to floor to ceiling glass with wider than normal sliding glass door which opened onto the balcony.¬† They had even made a ramp for the open doorway which covered the slide track at the bottom so that anyone in a mobility device would have a smooth and easy time when using it". Wheelchair accessible seating's available for guests wanting to watch the spectacular ice skating shows or for anyone wanting to supervise a child taking a spin on the ice.