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  1. This is so true. We have been in tendering back where the tender hit the ship so hard, the window was knocked out. That being said, they did get everyone in safely, including one passenger in a wheelchair. But we had to wait until the tender moved up with the swell and jump onto the ship's platform (with help). The water in the bay can get really choppy. So it depends, I think if they let you off, they will do everything they can to get you back safely and likely it won't be an issue, but it's your comfort level and knowledge of what you need for your comfort.
  2. Thanks for the warning! I have noticed these off and on over the last few years and for a while ships weren't even stopping here. With this up, I think instead of going ashore independently, as we would be inclined, I will book a shore excursion through the ship. They keep a close eye in regards to passenger safety and will cancel anything that doesn't look safe.
  3. I know the snorkeling isn't as good as other parts of the world, but since we are going there anyway.... wondering if anyone has done the Marietas Island tour? It looked like it might be fun for other reasons, such as Whale and Dolphin watching, or even Manta rays? Has anyone done this recently that can weigh in?
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