People with limited mobility be aware that, in order to get to the trimaran, one has to get into ankle deep water, climb a straight up 3/4 step ladder to get onto the dingy that takes you to the trimaran. Once at the trimaran, one has to climb another straight up ladder to get onto the trimaran. Unfortunately, as I have a bad right leg, I was not able to enjoy the cruise (because of climbing the ladders), but I insisted my husband go. He said it was a really great experience. Maybe if the ladders were replaced with portable stairs, similar to what some people use to get into large SUVs, things would have been different. The owner did offer to refund my ticket, but I declined, as it's not his fault that my leg didn't cooperate. Anyway, just beware of the boarding procedure, as other trimarans we've been on were dockside, which I had no problem boarding.