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Resilient Lady®

Drive Medical Standard-Size with Leg Rests Rented by Special Needs Group Stationary Oxygen Concentrator and Various Size Cylinders - M6, C, D, and E Rented by Special Needs Group Five-Point Manual Patient Lift Rented by Special Needs Group
Mobility Scooters & Power Chairs
  • 3 and 4 wheel scooters
  • Left and right hand controls
  • Standard size up to 250 lbs
  • Heavy-duty size up to 350 lbs
  • Bariatric size up to 500 lbs
Manual Wheelchairs
  • Standard 18 inches wide up to 250 lbs
  • Heavy-duty 22 inches wide up to 350 lbs
  • Bariatric 26 inches wide up to 700 lbs
  • Beach wheelchairs
Oxygen Equipment & Accessories
  • Portable battery-powered concentrators
  • Cylinders in many sizes
  • Standard concentrators
Patient Lifts & other Mobility Aids
  • Hospital beds
  • Recliner Chairs
  • Hearing-impaired kits
  • Bed & bath safety equipment

 

Virgin Voyages Resilient Lady® Accessibility

Ship Details

  • Occupancy: 2,762
  • Crew:  1,150
  • Tonnage: 110,00 tons
  • Length: 912 feet
  • Beam:  38 m
  • Cruise Speed: 20 knots
  • Ship’s Registry: Bahamas
  • Inaugural Date: 2023

 

Ambulatory Accessible Cabins

These cabins are designed for use by Sailors who have limited mobility but do not require the regular use of a wheelchair, scooter, or other similar assistive devices. This cabin is ideal for Sailors who use an assistive device such as a cane or walker and would benefit from certain accessible features like grab bars to assist with balance.

 

Fully Accessible Cabins

These cabins are designed for use by Sailors who require the regular use of a wheelchair, scooter, or other similar assistive mobility device. Accessible features include entry doorways measuring at least 34” (865 mm), no step into the bathroom, full turnaround space of at least 60” (1525 mm) in the room and bathroom, accessible routes throughout the room, plus an accessible bathroom with a roll-in shower equipped with grab bars and fold-down shower seat.

Amenities and Services

  • Assistance with embarkation/disembarkation
  • Provision of accessible cabins
  • Pool lifts
  • Accessible restrooms throughout public spaces
  • Accessible seating in theaters, restaurants, bars, and lounges

For those using Oxygen

Guests are permitted to bring oxygen cylinders and equipment on board, but please be mindful of the following guidelines:

Guests must make independent delivery arrangements with a third party for the rental, delivery, and return of any oxygen cylinders and related medical equipment. Only two (2) cylinders per cabin may be hand carried aboard by guests. All other quantities must be delivered.

Due to safety concerns and storage limitations, Virgin Voyages does not allow guests to carry or use liquid oxygen or large cylinder systems (greater than 680 liters or E / M-24 size). The types and quantities of oxygen cylinders allowed on board may be limited. Please contact Virgin Voyages to discuss your individual needs.

Guests are responsible for notifying their air carrier of any oxygen requirements. Guests who book their air travel through Virgin Voyages and who will require oxygen on their flight should call to speak with Sailor Services as soon as possible. This information is necessary to expedite the delivery of airline tickets and airline contact information for the Sailor to be able to make adequate arrangements with their air carrier for the use of oxygen in-flight.

Also, be aware that you are allowed only one oxygen cylinder onboard ground transportation services offered to Mega RockStar Suite Sailors.  Guests bringing more than one cylinder must make their own arrangements for transportation between the airport, lodging, and the ship terminal.

Pre-Voyage
Virgin Voyages Crew will make every effort to ensure that any requests, additional needs, and services are available before and during your voyage, but Virgin does need adequate time to prepare for your arrival. It is essential that we be notified of any medical, physical, or other requirement you may have as soon as possible, including whether you intend to bring a scooter or service dog with you. If advance notice is not given, while Virgin Voyages will do its best to accommodate, we may not be able to provide you with what you need.  The more information that Virgin has concerning any accessibility requirement, the more prepared Virgin will be to meet your needs during your voyage. What works well for others may not meet your requirements. Virgin will work with you to try to meet all your reasonable needs for your voyage, but due to the nature of travel on a passenger ship,
Please make every effort to contact us at least 45 days in advance of your voyage date.  In limited situations (either on board or ashore), Virgin may find it necessary to ask you to make alternative travel arrangements, such as if a guest is unable to satisfy certain specified safety criteria, even when provided with appropriate auxiliary aid and services. Virgin does not provide one-on-one personal assistance, therefore, guests who are unable to care for their basic needs (e.g., dressing, eating, and attending safety drills) MUST have a capable traveling companion/aide.Onboard
Once you have boarded, you will be met by one of the Virgin crew who will be familiar with the information that you or your First Mate conveyed to Virgin Voyages. Crew will be available throughout your voyage to see to your needs via Sailor Services.

 

 

This information about Celebrity Silhouette cabins and other ship features was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm details directly with Celebrity Cruises.

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