We wanted to see the battleships in Norfolk, the lighthouse in Hampton, the tunnel and the Langley Air and Space Museum and this trip did them all, and did it well. The day was very pleasant and we sat in the bow of the boat where the views were spectacular and we could still hear the narrator. The narrator was very knowledgeable of the warships when we went by the piers and was able to explain what each type of boat (submarine) was, how to identify it and what makes it special. As for accommodations, the tour boat is spotless and in good condition. One person in our family was handicapped, and the rule is to board the boat on your own power, which we could, but otherwise there didn't seem to be any distinct provisions for handicapped persons which could attract future customers. That said, we did get accurate and thorough information about that through the many websites and by calling the tour company beforehand. The deck chairs are the formed plastic type so bring a comfy cushion if sitting a long time bothers you. Buy your tickets directly from the cruise operator, they are much cheaper than through the various ticketing agencies that you find in an Internet search. Items in the souvenir shack were very reasonably priced as well. If you eat lunch at the Crown Plaza Hotel's restaurant they validate your parking ticket as well, so park in the garage, it is the closest. It is the best 3 hours we spent in Hampton.