Exerpt from

Rolling Rains Blog

The Sea Wolf is a redesigned World War II minesweeper. Her decks were widened to 32 inches, three of her six staterooms are wheelchair visitable, a lift was installed for circulation between the two decks and all public areas are accessible. Equally important in my point system is the fact that the crew is competent and sensitive related to the individuality of one’s disability. This is a boat and an itinerary that I can enthusiastically recommend to any paraplegic with good upper body strength or quad with a trustworthy companion, a sense of adventure, and the ability to be comfortable in a manual wheelchair.
With the basics of onboard accessibility in place, care in crew selection and training, and exceptional creativity shown in building inclusion into their adventure activities a cruise on the Sea Wolf can be a unique opportunity for passengers with and without disabilities to experience remote wilderness up close and share the unique bond that comes of living that close to the elements together.

– by Scott Rains a Sea Wolf Adventurer