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Is Shadowfax lobster cruise good for group of mixed interests?

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For anyone who has done the Shadowfax Lobster & Champagne Cruise --- please let me know your thoughts!!!


We are a group consisting of Mom & Dad in mid-40s, two late-70s grandma's (both can walk fine, or with some assistance to get on and off boat), two 6-year old girls.  What kind of problems, if any, do you foresee with our group doing the lobster cruise?  All love being on a boat and enjoying cocktails.  All love lobster (well the kids, maybe, but I'm not too worried about that).  Grandma's do not get in the water, and likely one of my daughters might give us a hard time, but that's fine as long as there is comfortable seating on the boat itself.  


Please let me know if there is any feedback on my idea to have my family on this cruise excursion.  Thanks.

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we had a blast on this excursion several years ago - boat very comfortable and food very good

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