Question: Is the Spirit of Boston wheelchair accessible? Answer: Yes. The entire ship is not accessible but the main deck and restrooms can accommodate most standard-sized wheelchairs. Question: Do I need to know anything before I board? What are the procedures like? Answer: You will need to bring your confirmation to the ticket desk when you arrive and show your tickets when you board. You are also subject to a search. In order to expedite the boarding process they ask that you please do not bring any unnecessary bags on board and please make sure that all gifts are in gift bags or unwrapped for easy screening. Will they be able to accommodate him? Answer: While gluten and allergy free products are offered, and gluten sensitive items are on the menu, they openly handle several allergens throughout their galleys. And while they take precautions to keep ingredients separate, they cannot guarantee a gluten free environment. They do not have separate prep surfaces, cook tops or equipment. Question: I would like to surprise my girlfriend with this trip for her birthday. Can we have our own table? Answer: The ship has cruise style seating, which tends to be larger tables. The crew will do their best to give everyone their own table, but it is not guaranteed. Question: My boyfriend and I have a cruise scheduled this weekend, but there is rain in the forecast. Will it be cancelled for poor weather? Answer: The ship is fully enclosed and climate controlled. They will sail rain or shine. In the case of extreme weather the ship will be held dockside. Question: I will be taking my wife on this cruise for our anniversary. What is the recommended attire? Answer: For men, appropriate attire includes slacks and a jacket. For women, nice slacks, a skirt or a dress is recommended. Collarless t-shirts, jeans, shorts or sneakers are not acceptable. Question: Is there any parking near the docks? Answer: There are paid lots nearby. Parking rates can range from $7- $25 a spot. Spot Hero parking is available nearby as well.