Date of Visit: July 29, 2011
Mik and I both liked the Gran Fiesta Tour Starring the Three Caballeros boat ride in the Mexico Pavilion at Epcot, but the accessible boat is freaky and I doubt we would ever do it again. The boat is designed so that you roll on in the back and then go down a ramp in the center and park the wheelchair in the front of the boat.
There are no tie downs or anything to make the boarding process faster, but I wish WDW just had the same wheelchair boat in their boat rides like 'it's a small world' uses at Disneyland. The problem is that the chair tips backwards when you leave the loading area as well as when you return. The Cast Member warned us about it happening when we were leaving, but said nothing about it actually being worse when the boat comes back to unload. Luckily I was paying attention, as we do not even use the tippers most of the time at Disney parks because they get in the way for hopping trolley tracks and like to catch my shoelaces. We do usually have the tippers in the backpack and I would put them on for this ride if we did it again, but Mik would still freak out and ultimately it would really only work with people sitting on both sides and holding down the front wheels.
Epcot - Gran Fiesta Tour Starring the Three Caballeros
Lake Buena Vista, FL