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Lets get the word out to stroke survivors and cruise together.

A plan for stroke survivors to have fun together.    (Not a SRABC sanctioned event)
MercuryThe Delta branch is planning a one week cruise to Alaska on June 13 with the Celebrity Line
 Celebrity Mercury Ship
 Inside cabins are $910, outside $1079 inclusive of all port charges, taxes, etc. It leaves from and returns to Vancouver so all we have to do is get to the ship which is comfortable for all ambulatory passengers. The wheelchair access staterooms are all booked up. One could be put on a wait list but if you can walk short distances, take your scooters, or other devices. Click here for a virtual tour of the ship.

 We could have a great time together. The cruise goes via the Inside Passage, past Icy Strait Point, stops at Juno and Ketchikan and is reasonable priced with all meals, accommodation, entertainment, physical exercise opportunities, etc to enjoy at no additional cost.                              
Prices are based on sharing a cabin. 

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TurtleTalk focusing on creating events for stroke survivors in BC.

Karel has taken Crnises in the past with her Delta Branch members. Must be fun because they are going again. Plan to go with them this summer!

Piggy backing onto existing events will be a great way to bring stroke survivors together. It is not a sanctioned event, just a simple means of enabling stroke survivors to have fun together, share stories, and create memories.

If you're thinking of a cruise, what better time to go than when you can benefit by the camaraderie and support of other Turtles aboard ship.

Sometimes family members are not sure what to do with their Turtles. This is a great opportunity for them as well. It enables them to take part in other activities with the comfort of knowing their Turtle is have fun with other Turtles doing Turtle things at Turtle speed. hands

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