Venue Accessibility

Not every area of the ship is wheelchair accessible. For instance, in Studio B – because it is actually an ice skating rink – the “floor” area in front of the stage (where the ice has been covered) is not wheelchair accessible. However, seating areas on all three sides of the rink are wheelchair accessible.

Also, ALL guests will be asked to leave the Alhambra Theatre between shows, including those in wheelchairs or with other special needs. Within the Theatre, as well as on the pool deck, there are designated areas for those in wheelchairs.



What Passengers Think

Once again NAHA put on an awesome time. Improved deck stage , fantastic line up, saw more shows compared to cruises 2 and 3 and even had some nice sit down dinners in the dining room with the strategic scheduling. If you like classic rock music and want to see lots of it with friendly people this is the cruise to be on. It is also for a great cause!

Ian, Keeps Getting Better! Ian, Keeps Getting Better!

Ladies you did it again! RLC IV was bad ass. This is our 4th one and 5 was booked as soon as it was announced. It now has become a family reunion. If you haven’t experienced this cruise, it is like no other. You will be mind blown. Book now before it sells out. You don’t want to miss da boat!!!! As long as NAHA keeps doing this charity event, we will be booked!!!!!!!

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