We have just returned from a 13 night Canary Island cruise having booked a disabled adapted cabin on Fred Olson Boudicca.Having travelled down to Portsmouth by portlink coach service we arrived at 1300hrs and we were in our cabin 7045 by 1400hrs.The checkin service was very quick and as soon as the staff saw my wife in the wheelchair they gave every help that they could. Within 20 minutes our cases were in the cabin which was very well adapted for disabled use and also a full size walkin wetroom.
We dined in the Tintagel dining room, second sitting with exellent service from all the waiters serving some of the best quality food, better than most cruise lines we have sailed with before.
There was quite a good choice of activities on offer daily, and some wonderful shows every evening.The performances were also very good but perhaps a stronger male or female singer would have been an improvement.
A very long way to walk to the dock gates. No shuttle busses arranged and the local dockside taxis refused fares to the dock gates.They only wanted to take Tours around the Island. Many passengers were confined to the ship by this.