十年TravelScoot電動代步車
可折疊的電動代步車TravelScoot

遊輪使用資訊

現代的豪華遊輪若以長1200英尺,載客數可高達: 5000名乘客。乘客要花上幾天的時間才會熟悉如何活動在寬敞甲板和電梯所在,以避免迷路。在一段美好假期裡您想要充分使用遊輪上所有的娛樂設施,若能縮短船板往返之間的路程,這將會是一個優勢。

經濟型可以在遊輪上騎駛,其最高時速2.3英哩/小時(3.7公里/小時),與您共享這趟美好旅程。


遊輪客艙門

另外代步車被禁止停放在走廊上。以大多數遊輪上窄的客艙門來講,經濟型大小這兩種尺寸都可通過,甚至標準型大尺寸的 TravelScoot r只要將座椅快速拆卸下後,車架以傾斜角度,也就可通過門口。

以24英吋(61公分)的門來說,標準型大尺寸不用做拆卸,門的兩側仍有3/8英吋(1公分)的間隙。

門寬58公分=23英吋

門寬61公分=24英吋

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TravelScoot 客艙內的收納

即使在最小的客艙,都有足夠的空間可放任一型 TravelScoot。而不用時常移動您的代步車。

令人不可置信的超輕量經濟型26磅(12公斤)和35磅(16公斤)豪華型大尺寸都能輕鬆抬起放到合適的置放地點。但若為較重的隨身代步車就必須想辦法進入停放位置,通常因停放位置是小空間,而無法辦到,更何況市售它牌均不適合通過狹窄的門口(道)。

如果有必要,TravelScoot 可在幾秒內摺疊,並放置在一個角落裡。


身心障礙者專用客艙

多數遊輪公司提供給身心障礙者的客艙數量是有限,而且必須提前預訂好,並多支付費用。帶著 TravelScoot 您就不需要更大的客艙也可以掌握住每一分的優勢。


遊輪客艙門寬

大部分搜尋到的遊輪公司資訊中,不會有客艙門寬數據,但從製造商所取得資料,多數遊輪門寬標準是58公分(23英吋)或61公分(24英吋)。

為此,TravelScoot 已開始編輯各家遊輪公司客艙門寬的尺寸列表,並希望 TravelScoot 的使用者能幫助我們。您在搭乘遊輪旅遊時,可量測您住的客艙門寬。如果您手上沒有捲尺,只需讓我們知道,TravelScoot 標準型大尺寸組裝完成後是否適合通過(59.5 公分或23 7/16英吋)的門口,若可通過有多少殘餘間隙存在。

相關資訊請: info@travelscoot.com


各家遊輪公司客艙門寬尺寸列表

遊輪公司 船隻名 客艙門寬
Costa Diadema 58 公分 (23 英吋)
Costa Mediterranea 58 公分 (23 英吋)
MSC Splendida 61 公分 (24 英吋)
RCCL Monarch of the Seas 58 公分 (23 英吋)
RCCL Brilliance of the Sea 60 公分 (23.6 英吋)
Carnival Destiny 61 公分 (24 英吋)
AIDA Aidasol 61 公分 (24 英吋)
AIDA Aidaprima 61 公分 (24 英吋)
Disney Cruises All Ships 58 公分 (23 英吋)

四件式手持遊輪套件

雖然 TravelScoot 適合通過任何遊輪艙門,配件使用說明如下文所述:

O一種強力關門機構(門弓器),它就是一個需克服的問題,目前幾乎還沒有第二人提出解決方案。但超厚○1門擋上扣掛繩可以解決這個問題。無需彎腰,它可以直接用腳推擠到門底下。○2吸盤掛勾是為了防止掛繩掉落在地板上,在門上找到適當的高度及平穩點吸住。現在您就可以掛上門擋。

船艙用的門檻有一個比較大的間隙。如果門擋太小,可拿一張紙,把它摺疊四次,放在橡膠套和金屬楔之間。若有必要,可自行增加紙的折疊或紙張厚度。

 

船上多為buffet(自助餐)的餐飲。需自行到取餐區,使用到雙手夾取食物回餐桌。除此,乘客還需要經常排隊等待取餐,這對於行走不良的人是件相當令人感到不愉快的事。
雖然您可以騎乘代步車到自助餐區自助取餐,但因沒多餘的手所以一次只能拿取一盤食物。這就需要多次往返取餐,而造成您的第一盤食物變冷。有一個好的發明,TravelScoot 快拆餐盤*可快速卡在 TravelScoot 可摺疊式購物籃上。快拆餐盤足夠大的放上兩個圓盤,讓您還有空閒的手可拿取飲料。

*唯一適合 TravelScoot 可摺疊式購物籃。

Overcome obstacles with ease!


客戶評價:TravelScoot在遊輪上

Just wanted to let you know that we just came back from our first cruise since you helped me purchase my Travel Scoot Deluxe. We drove up to Philadelphia International Airport, flew to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and cruised for 10 days in the South-Eastern Caribbean on Holland America’s new Koningsdam… a "small ship," only just under 1,000 feet long. Fortunately, we were able to upgrade to a "premium suite", so we had the starboard-aft corner of the 5th floor all to ourselves. It was a good cruise, with a lot of opportunities for "long walks" (or, in my case, "pleasant rides") to get around the ship.

Things that impressed me about the Travel Scoot Deluxe:

1. It is light enough that I can load and unload it from our Acura MDX. It was light enough that my wife, watching through the access ramp window in Fort Lauderdale, "updated me" that the luggage handler was bringing my Travel Scoot up the access stairs "with one hand!"
2. Given the narrow but comfortable width of the Travel Scoot, I was able to negotiate around the "larger scooters" that were evidently too large to fit in the other passenger's cabins. I understand the "reasoning," but leaving them out in the relatively narrow passageways on a ship?
3. A number of people, on seeing my sleek, 300 lb. self on the lightweight Travel Scoot have asked what it is, where I got it (or, on the Koningsdam, "…is it yours or did you rent it?"), and what did it cost. I gave them a brief description, and then handed them one of the business cards that you enclosed with my order. Very impressive.
4. Getting back to our cruise: Travel Scoot was a "God send" in the Philly airport, as well as in the Fort Lauderdale Airport; the shuttle service to our motel in Fort Lauderdale had no problem with the Travel Scoot. On the Koningsdam, all I can say is that the Travel Scoot made possible a trip that I otherwise would not have been capable of doing and enjoying.

So much for the cruise. My Travel Scoot has not been sitting in a corner collecting dust since I received it. When we go shopping at Redner’s and Sam’s Club, two "wholesale stores the size of a couple of football fields," I no longer have to worry if "their" scooters are available, and "if available, are the batteries charged, or will I be stuck at the back of the store with a dead battery?" I just "bring my Travel Scoot" with us. And again, customers notice "this big guy on what looks like a tiny little scooter," zipping down the aisles! Needless to say, I am very satisfied with my Travel Scoot Deluxe!

Having taken the Travel Scoot on a cruise and actually used it, my wife and I came up with only two "accessories" that would be helpful:

Other than that, as I have said previously, I am very happy with my Travel Scoot Deluxe. Oh, one more item… I have run out of the small packet of Travel Scoot business cards that you had originally sent – Maybe you have an extra half-dozen or so new orders from those that I passed them out to...

Would it be possible to get some additional business cards? I do not mind "pushing a product that I believe in".Best regards, and a very Happy Holiday Season

Richard C. Saladino

My husband I recently went on a cruise and took along my “Travel Scoot”. I used it all week on the ship and in every port that we visited. While on the ship we had several inquires a day by passengers who thought it was a fantastic piece of mobility equipment. At one of the ports we had to take a tender boat from the ship to the port. The “Travel Scoot” was the only mobility scooter allowed on the tender boat because of its compact size and weight. We would highly recommend the “Travel Scoot” to anyone with limited mobility. I used it all day and night on the ship with additional trips to the ports on the same charge with very little drain on the battery. At the end of the night we still had the full charge light showing.

Lorraine Bueno

We purchased a travelscoot in hope of finding a light weight scooter that my wife can use by herself. We asked if TravelScoot could ship the scoot 1 day earlier than promised so that my wife could take and use it on her cruise. That they did and the day after it arrived my wife left with it for the cruise. She had no problems on her seven day cruise with the exception of having to back out of a crowed elevator. It took a little effort to do this with people in the elevator. Other than that, she was thrilled with the Scoots ability on ramps and the freedom that it gave her when she went ashore . She would not have been as free and mobile with a heavier scooter. At least a hundred or so people on the cruise talked to her about the Scoot and asked her all about it They were amazed that mobility could come in such a light weight package. The local MS group wants her to bring and show it at their next meeting If only she was on commission. Thank you for the TravelScoot

W.R. Hunchar

Hi Hardy! The spares that you sent arrived today. Thank you for your helpful service and if I need anymore spares I will be in touch. I will be in the Carribean in a week or two and the scooter is a real help onboard ship because I have trouble walking long distances this is were the TravelScoot comes into its element. Thanks Again, Regards

David

Hi, just wanted to write you and tell you, thank you for this wonderful scooter. I bought mine through "Scootanywhere" . I just returned from an 8 day cruise, and my scooter was a life saver. I have MS, and have an unsteady gait. There is no way I would have been able to walk the length of the ship, or go on the shore excursions without it! We shopped the whole town of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, with all its steep hills and cobble stone streets for about 4 hours, and my battery never got off "green"! I was a little concerned about going through the airports and traveling on planes, but did not encounter a single problem. On the cruise ship, I did not have a handicapped accessible room, yet, we still had plenty of room and was able to get the scoot through the door. Also, before this trip, I took the scooter to the zoo for the day, the battery never got off green at that time either. I have a Toyota Prius, and have plenty of room to store the scooter in the back. Once again, thank you!

Christine Bogatitus

I called several times and discussed your scooter with Tony before choosing to buy. What a wonderful decision! I have taken my TravelScoot to France and back and all around this country. It has done every thing I have asked of it: cobblestones, inclines, crowded spaces,etc. It has plenty of power and the battery lasts way longer than I would have anticipated. The maneuverability is amazing. It folds up and unfolds with ease. It makes airports a breeze. I could not have done these trips without my TravelScoot. It keeps me independent. I have ALS, and so I am anticipating a much further decline in my physical abilities. Meanwhile, I am planning lots of trips and living my life while I still can. I will go on a Mediterranean cruise with my sisters next month, and then on to SanFrancisco with my husband. I do not need to burden my travel companions with the hassle and physical exertion of pushing me in a wheelchair. Many people stopped me and inquired about my TravelScoot. I hope you hear from them. I praised it highly. I have lots more photos if any would be of interest to you. Thanks for such a great product!

Madeline Kennedy

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