I have to say that without the scooter, I
could not have taken the shore excursions in each port of call. It was
also invaluable for getting around on the ship. You will note from the
pictures that since it didnít come with a horn, my friends bought me a
rubber duck that quacks. That got a lot of smiles and promoted questions
about the unit.
Seeing the other scooters onboard the ship,
people were impressed by the stability of the Lexis Light versus a single
pose seat that they all had. It was also great for going up or down some
of the ramps to take the shore excursions. When the only ramps available
were with steps, crew members easily carried the scooter to the dock for
my use. Similarly, getting on and off the ships tenders when we did not
dock in a port was really easy and convenient. The ships crew could
readily lift the scooter on and off the tender boat.
I would also like to say that having this
scooter sure makes it easier to get from the curb t the airplane door at
the airport. The airplane baggage handlers are always amazed that the
unit folds up so compactly and is not heavy.
I am very pleased with my Lexis Light.
I would also like to express a special thank
you to Mike Woods for all of the assistance and service that he gave me in
selecting this scooter.