The reason we choose this cruise ship was out of convenience. We live in Pennsylvania so it saved flight costs to drive to Baltimore. What we did not realize is that 80 percent of the cruise passengers were 70-90 year old's. They mostly were using canes, walkers, wheelchairs, scooters and many brought their oxygen tanks along. The reason is most of them could not fly in an airplane so this port is convenient for the restrictions from their aging conditions. I applaud them for continuing to travel and enjoying themselves. I just caution young to middle age people that they will be in the minority age bracket for this cruise and all activities on this ship are geared toward people in their 70, 80, and 90 year old range. This is a cruise geared toward aging and disabled people.
Beach is very rocky
Love Old San Juan
Do not take the ferry. It is cheap and you get what you pay for. They will hound you and be very very aggressive until you give them money then they want more money. Hurried back to the pier and had fun at cruise pier. Either stay at the cruise pier or book an excursion but do not take the ferry.