The port itself was great, but the fact that we had to take life boats was not pleasant. In order to get in to the lifeboats you had to take a GIANT step or leap in to it. They had four people, two on each side to ensure you did not fall in to the water (as there was no ramp to walk across in to the boat). You also had to walk up and down 10 stairs to get to the boat (if you were handicap you were out of luck). The lifeboats also had water leaking in through the ceiling on to your head, the water not only poured through the ceiling but was pooling in the internal light systems (so much so on the way back to the ship the lights were no longer working- we do have pictures of all of this) made for a very unpleasant and scary experience. The people guiding the lifeboats could not see out the windows because they were so fogged up (and they did not have a defogging system) they had to take towels and wipe the windows every two minutes. The drivers were so confused about where they were going on the water they not only had the gps system but pulled out maps and you could hear their discussion in regards to it. The whole situation was not pleasant.