Leading global provider of special needs equipment rentals now services 154 cities across the globe; Plans to expand to many more.
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. – As travelers with special needs are traveling to more and more destinations around the world, Special Needs Group / Special Needs at Sea (SNG) has expanded to offer its services in Paris, France; Berlin, Germany; Edinburgh, Scotland; and Monte Carlo in the Principality of Monaco. As the leading global provider of special needs equipment rentals, SNG continues to expand to make travel accessible to everyone.
SNG now provides its equipment and services at cruise port venues and land-based venues in these areas, making it a turnkey process for a prospective traveler with special needs to plan a trip to the country.
By servicing these areas and countries all over the world, SNG is catering to the "silver segment" of the population, which has the time and resources to travel. Baby Boomers are turning 65 at a rate of 10,000 per day until the end of 2030. Twenty percent of the U.S. population has a disability. Additionally, multi-generational travel is becoming more and more popular.
"We want to ensure that we are truly delivering an accessible world as more travelers are expanding their horizons," said SNG President and CEO Andrew J. Garnett. "More cruise lines are building more ships, which travel to more destinations," he continued. "Many new river cruise ships are being built and travelers are expanding to more land destinations. It is our goal to make travel accessible to everyone."
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