What is Tall ships 2017?
Frolicking through Boston Harbor on a tour offers so many fun times and memories for friends and families. The open ocean, and a nice change of scenery from the hustle and bustle of downtown Boston is amazing. But another reason why our tours are so popular is because of the sights we see. Our narrated harbor tours will educated, and enlighten you while giving you a glimpse of some of Boston’s more popular sights. But what will you see? Mass Bay Lines is going to dive into some of the best sights you’ll be seeing on your next tour with us!
- USS Constitution:
This wooden warship is the oldest commissioned warship afloat in the entire world! Launched in 1797, it still sits in Boston Harbor to see.
- USS Cassin Young:
Destroyer bombed at Pearl Harbor, and much of World War II! This historic ship saw action with the U.S. Navy from 1943 until 1960.
- Nantucket Lightship:
Kept sailors off N-shoals for 100 years. This historic ship is practically a floating lighthouse.
- Historic North End:
Boston’s treasured “Little Italy” flooded with amazing food, and older buildings sits on the shoreline and a stones throw from downtown Boston.
- Federal Court House:
A beautiful glass building which overlooks the harbor. Recently high profile criminals such as Whitey Bulger & Tsarnov were tried there.
- USCG Station Boston:
Various Ships and coast guard personal can be seen at Coast Guard Base Boston.
Boston’s New England Aquarium. Opened since 1969, this aquarium hosts more than 1.3 million visitors each year.
- Logan Airport:
Everyone seems to love riding near Logan Airport! Our trip travels fairly close to a landing pad at Logan, so people can experience planes landing almost right over head.
- City Views:
Last but certainly not least, is the total view of Boston! Boston is a beautiful city and the views you are able to experience from sea are breathtaking.
Get off Boston’s streets and come experience the city from the water! Contact Mass Bay Lines today to find the perfect cruise just for you! For more information, please feel free to give us a call at 617-542-8000 or fill out our online contact form.