Specific information regarding accessibility onboard our vessels.
Captain Cook Cruises endeavours to offer services to meet accessibility requirements wherever possible on our experiences, and services may vary depending on the vessel in operation.
If you, or anyone you are travelling with, have mobility constraints, please contact us before you book so we can provide specific advice based on your circumstances and the vessel you will travel on.
- At our departure locations at O'Connor landing in Fremantle and Barrack Street Jetty in Perth, ramp facilities are in place for journeys onboard the James Stirling.
- There is a requirement to be able to step over a lip into the main cabin.
- Vessel bathrooms are located via seven steep stairs on a lower deck.
- Tours that usually operate on the James Stirling include our Scenic cruises between Perth and Fremantle, Fremantle Lunch Cruise, dinner and special event cruises, and some private charters.
River Lady, River Cat and Lady DeVine
- There is a requirement to step over onto the vessel.
- Bathrooms are located on the main deck of the vessel and are not accessible.
- Tours that usually operate on these smaller vessels include tours upriver, to the Swan Valley and some private charters.
We regret to advise due to the design and construction of the boats, it may be difficult to manoeuvre a wheelchair onboard vessels without involving manual handling.
As vessels are subject to change, we recommend any travellers with mobility constraints contact our friendly reservations team on (08) 9325 3341 for specific details.
View a report on our accessibility across Captain Cook Cruises, Swan Valley Tours and SeaLink Rottnest Island below.