CareVacations is the leading provider in special needs equipment for cruise passengers and travelers worldwide. Our team of experts and executives has a depth of knowledge and experience that no other provider can offer.
Our rentals include
- Wheelchair Rentals
- Power Mobility Scooters
- Personal Oxygen Equipment, Devices & Accessories
- Bedroom & Bathroom Personal Equipment
- And Much More
CareVacations is the most recognized, respected, and trusted provider of special needs equipment and services for major cruise lines. CareVacations is an international company with headquarters in Fort Lauderdale, Florida – Leduc, Alberta – Seattle, Washington and the United Kingdom, as well as agent offices and warehouses in cruise ports worldwide. Accredited and rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau (BBB), CareVacations has set the standard for providing services and rental equipment for travelers with special needs since 1988.
CareVacations 10-member executive team has more than 100 years of combined experience and is comprised of professionals who specialize in accessible cruise and travel opportunities. Our more than 25 reservations specialists are trained to match the appropriate equipment to the traveler; CareVacations global delivery specialists are timely and reliable, whether they are on board ships or delivering to Disney’s Animal Kingdom, you can find our specialists delivering equipment around the globe. The CareVacations equipment specialists are trained by suppliers so that each piece of equipment is at optimal performance for each and every use and exceeds standards of cleanliness and sanitation.
In addition, CareVacations works closely with a variety of preferred travel partners and accessible travel experts to ensure travel is made accessible to nearly 50 million Americans with disabilities (Disability.gov, 2011). CareVacations is the exclusive provider of special needs equipment for Autism on the Seas, an organization specializing in “vacations for adults and families living with Autism, down syndrome, and other related disabilities.”