Contact DCL, submit a medical form if required and they will make arrangements for you, it isn't something to worry about.I am getting nervous about the drill. I am not a typical cruiser by that I mean by that I can't do stairs very well is there some one to help me up and down the stairs so as you can tell I use a elevator when ever possible
I love that idea txsMy first cruise was with my cousin, who is in a wheelchair. We just made sure we left our room about 15 mins before the drill was to start and used the elevators (we were on 7, the drill is on deck 4). It wasn't a big deal and the crew members are amazing at getting you where you need to be! Don't stress it! It'll be fine!
I am geting there 15 mintuts prior 2 the drill and not leaving untill after the elevaters are operating againI also suggest you don't rush back after the drill. If the crew members know you have a mobility issue, they may tell you that you can leave a couple minutes before everyone else. Don't do that because it isn't very much head start. I suggest you wait 5-10 minutes after everyone leaves (there will be a couple of places you can sit and wait). Then you can get the elevator and go back to your room to return your life vest.
The elevators remain in operation. You don't need to get there that early, 5 minutes is plenty of time to allow. You can also leave when everyone else does and just use the elevator once you let the crew member know your situation.I am geting there 15 mintuts prior 2 the drill and not leaving untill after the elevaters are operating again