Published on the porthole.com website, April 12, 2002, Written By: Evan Grove, SEO & Content Manager, Porthole Cruise and Magazine Digital Department Special Needs Group Continues Improving Cruise Accessibility Please Click Image Below to Read
Published on thepointsguy.com website, March 12, 2002, Written By: Cory Lee 5 Tips for Going on a Cruise as a Wheelchair User Please Click Image Below to Read
Published on the Family Travel Advisor, February 24, 2002, Written By: Maureen Linehan Special Needs Destinations and Programs for Travelers Please Click Image Below to Read
Cahoots Quarterly Business Bureau: Special Needs Group Helps Mobility Challenged Back to Active Life Click Image Below to Read
Springtime in Accessible D.C. – SNG Services the Nation’s Capital Springtime is the perfect time to visit Washington, D.C. The Nation’s capital is a wonderful vacation destination rich in American history and unique during the Spring season for its renown National Cherry Blossom Festival. The Cherry Blossom Festival runs typically between March 15th and April 18th with peak dates being predicted between March 22 through March 25th this year. The most popular places to view the cherry blossom trees are…
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RCCL’s Wonder of the Seas® Arrives in Port Everglades Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines®, Wonder of the Seas®, the world’s largest cruise ship was escorted by fireboats into Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale on February 20th. The Wonder of the Seas is the fifth in RCCL’s Oasis Class joining the Symphony of the Seas®, Harmony of the Seas®, Allure of the Seas®, and class-named Oasis of the Seas®. The 236.857-gross-ton vessel is 8,700 gross-tons more than her sister-ship, the Symphony. Wonder…