Although there's no guarantee on any given trip that you will see whales up close and personal, they do have a lot of sightings. As golden age travelers, we now always make it a point to ask about handicapped accessibility before we buy the tickets. Some boat trips require a dock or gangway to board and depending on tide levels, this can be a problem. Some also have a good size step to board the boat and may not have wheelchair capacity. This particular trip has a lower level and upper outdoor level and may offer a specific location and even early boarding. ASK about these things before you buy the tickets or you may be disappointed and irate. They may not ask you, as they might think you would be insulted.
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