As the winter season nears closing, we are preparing for the ramping up of the ports in Seattle and Vancouver. So, please keep us in mind for needs in the Pacific Northwest, including, Vancouver, Washington for the American Steamboat Company and in Portland, Oregon for America Cruise Line.
On our February 14th, we celebrated our
11-Year Anniversary .
We appreciate your partnership which has enabled SNG to acommplish many milestones over the last decade-plus and we look forward to a bright future. Thank you for making it possible to acheive your moto of
Delivering an Acccessible World®.
Andrew Garnett, CATA President/CEO
Quote of the Month
"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you did’t do than by the ones you did do."
– Mark Twain
Barcelona, Spain’s capital of the Catalonia region, is home to Europe’s busiest port of call for cruise ships. The Port of Barcelona is a popular turn around destination for Mediterranean cruises. The six terminals feature air conditioning, foreign exchange, duty free shops, restaurants, bars and shuttle bus.
The shuttle bus transfers passengers to Plaza de Colon in central Barcelona. The terminals are in close proximity to both the bus and metro public transportation which allow those sailing in and out of to experience one of Spain’s most beautiful and dynamic cities.
Special Needs Group is pleased to provide service to those cruising out of Barcelona. The following cruiselines which sail out of and into the Port of Barcelona include: Carnival, Celebrity, Costa, Holland America, MSC, Norwegian, Oceania, Regent Seven Seas and Royal Caribbean. In addition, SNG can also provide Hotel pick-up and delivery at the start or close of a cruise. For more information, please visit us at www.specialneedsgroup.com
SNG was pleased to provide “Joy on the Beach” Wheelchairs for the 9th Annual Boating & Beach Bash for People with Disabilities which was held on Saturday, March 4th at Spanish River Park in Boca Raton. The day is the nation’s largest event for kids, adults and wounded warriors with special needs, their families and care givers.
Above: Special Needs Group, President/CEO, Andrew Garnett with one of the Boca Beach Bash’s attendees