Boston Harbor Cruises

When your student tour visits the city of Boston, Massachusetts, you will want to enjoy a Boston Harbor Cruise. These cruises are relaxing and entertaining. You will see interesting sites and learn about the city at the same time. There are various options to consider for your pleasure! Featured cruises include the USS Constitution Cruise, the Historic Sightseeing Cruise, the Charles River & Locks Cruise, and the Constitution Turnaround Cruise. During the Historic Sightseeing Cruise, the student group will visit a number of interesting historical landmarks. The cruise is 90 minutes and is fully narrated. Highlights include the nation’s oldest continuously manned lighthouse, the Harbor Islands National Park Area, Boston’s working port and also examples of extravagant waterfront living. The USS Constitution Cruise is entertaining and informative. During the cruise, the student group will get the opportunity to visit one of Boston’s most “treasured landmarks.” The landmark is “Old Ironsides” which is also known as the USS Constitution Naval Ship Museum. The group can take a tour of the museum as part of the cruise. Other highlights includ: the Bunker Hill Monument, the site of the Boston Tea Party and the Old North Church.

The Charles River Locks Cruise is a 90 minute tour of Boston Inner Harbor and the Charles River. Students will enjoy breathtaking views of the Boston and Cambridge skylines. The group will see the world’s widest cable-stayed bridge, Esplanade Park, Beacon Hill and Back Bay. The USS Constitution and the Old North Church are also part of this fascinating cruise.