Having used a tender when the seas were not being that helpful (cant remember where it was now) I would never complain if they decided conditions were such that they were not going to run tenders ashore.Yes it is easy peasy, other lines manage it perfectly well (a bit like they manage embarkation better IMO)
Smooth going out, but wind/swell was getting up when we came back. Took quite a few attempts to get the tender tied up safely.
To all who complain maybe let them do an iffy transfer, and see if they are happy to repeat it. A lot lot different being on a large ship than a small tender.
To those who say cant we go to another port..24 hours notice to see if there is space to dock somewhere...try and arrange tours....arrange shuttle buses....for a couple of thousand people. easy peasy ??
It's particulalrly easy to arrange contingency when it happens virtually ever other cruise so you are well aware in advance that you need alternatives.
They don't need to offer tours, I am sure pax would be perfectly happy with just not being stuck with an extra day at sea with repeat entertainment. Oh but I forgot that would eat into their profit whereas leaving people on a ship adds to them.