Accessible Cruises on Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Regent Seven Seas Cruises for Guests with Special Needs
All three of Regent’s ships have accessible staterooms. The number of accessible suites is limited so it is recommended that you book as early as possible to ensure access to one of those suites. The ships themselves are accessible as well and include enough space to enable 180 degree turns for wheelchairs. In order to ensure that your needs can be met it is important that you advise your agent of any special needs that you may have at the time of booking of but no later than 90 days prior to sailing. Regent Seven Seas does not provide wheelchairs or scooters for their guests and the wheelchairs that are on board are for emergency purposes only.
For additional details on prearranged mobility equipment rentals, please contact:
- Phone: 888-494-7303
Public Area Accessibility
Regent Seven Seas ships are designed to accommodate guest with disabilities and feature the following:
- Gangways are wide enough to accommodate most wheelchairs and scooters.
- There are accessible public restrooms available.
- All dining and bar venues offer wheelchair seating
- Accessible Showroom Seating
- Accessible Casino
- Braille/tactile public room signage
- Braille/tactile elevator buttons and audio call signals
- Braille/tactile stateroom numbers
Some of these features may vary by ship so it is very important that you advise your agent of any specific disabilities before booking to ensure that your needs will be addressed for the ship that you have selected.
Wheelchair Accessible Suites
Regent Cruises offers wheelchair accessible suites on all of their ships. These suites feature a bathroom with a large roll-in shower with a curtain rather than a glass enclosure. There is no bathtub in the bathroom and there are no cabinets under sink for additional accessibility. The accessible suites features ramps over the threshold into the suite, into the bathroom and onto the balcony (select suites).
- Stateroom door width: at least 33 - 35 inches (varies by ship)
- Bathroom door width: at least 33 - 35 inches (varies by ship)
- Low doorsill (.5") to get into stateroom
- Ramped bathroom thresholds
- Bathroom grab bars
- Lowered sink and stateroom vanity
- Roll-in showers
- Fold-down shower bench
- Hand-held showerheads
- Commode height 19 inches
- Lowered closet rod
- Refrigerator in stateroom (upon request)
- Adjustable height commode chairs (upon request)
- Accessible balconies (selected staterooms)
Hearing & Visual Impairments
For guests who are deaf or who have hearing impairments, upon request, Regent Seven Seas provides guests with a portable room kit alerting for door knocking, phone ringing and smoke and assistance devices in the lounge. Rooms are also equipped with a closed captioned TV and TTY text phone.
For guests who are blind or have a visual impairment, the elevators and room numbers are in Braille and menus and daily itineraries will also be provided upon request.
For guests requiring oxygen equipment, an oxygen concentrator is the only form of oxygen equipment allowed aboard ship, and must be provided by the guest.
Accommodations for guests with special needs can vary by cruise line and by ship and changes can be made at any time without notice. It is important that you advise your agent at the time of booking about any disabilities or special requirements that you may have so that your needs can be assessed accordingly.