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Any passengers with mobility issues http://biologischewinkelutrecht.nl/onze-merken/de-kleinste-soepfabriek/12-de-kleinste-soepfabriek binaire opties software should contact the Skipper in advance of the intended sailing date, to discuss particular requirements and potential issues before they arise, it is often better to chat through an individual's capabilities and discuss the Skipper's recommendations.
Passengers with mobility issues should make themselves known to the crew before boarding in order to discuss boarding arrangements, as it is quite often helpful to board these passengers first. Also once seated it will be important for the crew to know where passengers with disabilities are seated - as this will be important in the event of any emergency situation.
Neither wheelchairs and pushchairs can be used on deck whilst sailing, once a passenger has boarded, such chairs will be removed and stored safely by the crew and will be made available at the end of the gang plank, when the boat docks once again in the harbour.
Clearly adult passengers with no mobility whatsoever, will sadly not be able to board the Yorkshire Belle.
On these rare occasions it is hoped that passengers will instead choose to visit places such as RSPB Bempton Cliffs or the YWT Living Seas Centre at Flamborough- both of which have excellent Visitor Centres where they will enjoy a great experience and have their needs met in ways that perhaps a sea excursion cannot.