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Watch how Dave, along with his cruise line partners, can accommodate visually impaired travelers and their furry companions so they can enjoy a wonderful cruise vacation.

Elaine plays the Yes/No Game while cruising the Pacific on the Grand Princess on her way to Hawaii. She has to last 3 minutes without answering “Yes” or “No” to the questions. Watch to the end to see if she wins her bottle of champagne.

As our group prepares to sail away from Glasgow Scotland we were bid a fond farewell in the traditional Scottish style with bagpipes and drums.

On our boat tour in Belize we learned a little about island culture from our host. Once our host sang us a patriotic song we were off for an immersive, up close and personal swim with manta rays and baby nurse sharks on a reef in the sunny

Everyone on the Dolphin Isle Action Swim shore excursion in Mahogany Bay, Roatan had a fantastic time swimming with the dolphins and even riding across the waves with them.  And the dolphin kisses were great too.

Dave and friends  take a personalized tour of the world famous South Fork Ranch that was part of the legendary Dallas TV show. Blind participants were able to actually touch and experience many of the props used during the filming as they and their guide dogs were escorted through the ranch house.

Having a great time at the Iditarod husky dog training camp near Skagway Alaska. Ryan gives everyone an up close experiaence with the dog team as we “sled” through the Alaskan wilderness.

After hiking to the 2000 foot peak of Mt. Roberts in Juneau Alaska we were all thankful for the cable car ride back down to where our ship was docked.  The views were outstanding.  Our apologies that this video is not narrated however we’re working on adding some description soon.

Dave and friends visit historic Bourbon Street in New Orleans and enjoy some great jazz music before a great dinner at Pat O’Brian’s.

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