Fury Water Adventures, Key West, FL.
A friend and I, along with a friend of his, purchased tickets to watch last weekend's powerboat races. The tickets for this viewing boat included a breakfast and lunch buffet, along with an afternoon snack buffet and an open beer/wine bar. I have a severe food allergy, and the allergen is likely to be a part of the lunch and snack buffets.
When I boarded the boat, I approached a crew member to ask questions so I would know what I could and could not eat when the time came, and also to alert the crew in case of accidental exposure. The crew member was very nice and answered my questions thoroughly. I don't expect menus to be changed for me, but I do need to know what's on them so I can decide what food to pass on and what should be safe. So, imagine my surprise when shortly before lunch was going to be served, a crew member approached me and asked me if I'd like certain items with my lunch. These items were things that I'm not allergic to, but their placement on the buffet line would carry a substantial risk of cross contamination. When I replied in the affirmative, the crew members proceeded to set up my own little mini-buffet separately from the regular buffet so that when I was ready to eat, the foods I wanted would be safe.
I nearly fell over from shock. That sort of stuff is really an extraordinary effort for a single passenger. I'd have happily bypassed those food items to insure my own safety. Well, maybe not happily, but willingly, as I don't expect the world to cater to my needs. In this case though, they did exactly that, and even though they didn't have to, and I'd have been just fine without them doing so, the fact that they did made the day that much more enjoyable.