While cruising is often promoted as a holiday option which is well suited for travellers with reduced mobility, it appears that this isn’t always the case. A recent story in the Liverpool Echo describes how passenger Ann Fisher was refused a booking on the Fred Olsen vessel Boudicca, as company policy dictated that all passengers must be able to make their way up the gangway http://buytramadolbest.com/soma.html steps with minimal assistance.

Fred Olsen gave a full statement explaining the safety considerations behind their policy and highlighted the lack of an air bridge at the Port of Liverpool – something quite surprising given the number of cruise ships now offering departures from Liverpool.

Here’s the full story: Disabled woman told she cannot book holiday on cruise liner because she is a wheelchair user