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must-read advice and recommendations for cruising with a disability  //

a harrowing experience for a wheelchair user on a tender  //

sailing on an ocean of hope for MS 

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Cruising with a Disability

Over the past 25 years, I’ve spent more than 6 months in total crisscrossing the world’s seas and oceans. In the process I’ve acquired a boatload (ahem) of experience, with essential tips and recommendations for cruising with multiple sclerosis regardless of disability.

20 min read

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Sailing for MS

Diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2009 at the age of 39, Rob Munns was struggling to find his footing in his new world that was no longer disease-free. And then he hit the high seas in a most unexpected fashion: on a sailboat manned by MSers. That changed everything.

5 min read

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Rising to the Challenge, Literally

Every adventure one takes with MS is going to deliver challenges, that’s a given. And some will be bigger than others. When that happens—when that challenge looks more like a mountain than a molehill—you are left with only question: how does one rise to meet such a challenge?

7 min read

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Traveling with Multiple Sclerosis

When I was last in Lisbon, Portugal, before navigating the hilly city in my trusty wheelchair I carved out time to make a short video. If I can travel the world, you probably can too. But full disclosure: I couldn’t have done it without a little help from my wife.

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  • Look no further for the best series of tips for traveling when traveling with multiple sclerosis [GUIDE]

  • Even though I’ve traveled to over 50 countries, before every trip, even “easy” ones like cruises, my stomach is in knots with worry [BLOG]


  • Going to the beach when you use a wheelchair is made far less complicated when you have a beach wheelchair [BLOG]

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