Boston Tall Ships, Photos by Nancy Santry, List of Ships
Boston Harbor Walk passes the new Institute of Contemporary Art building on Boston Harbor
Boat tours visit the Boston Harbor Islands and the distant beaches of Provincetown
Boston Ships: Cruise, Shuttle, and Entertainment
shuttle boats make trips to the islands, Civil War era forts and Boston Light, the oldest manned lighthouse the country. Shuttle boats make runs to the Old Ironsides dock beneath the bunker Hill Monument in Chelsea and to the dock near the arena and the North End's famous Italian neighborhood. From the Aquarium docks, boats also make whale watching trips and on Sunday evening, salsa boat cruises
Odyssey.com event packages $39 per person and up
A commuter boat out of Boston serves the fishing port of Gloucester where a new terminal receives cruise ships that sail along the new England and Canadian coastline. Seaborn Pride
Water Taxis from the dock near the Sonesta Hotel and a shuttle out of the Rose Wharf hotel serve Logan airport
Boats make dinner cruises in the harbor
Boston Public Garden Swan Boats
Walk Way Maps, Walking Tours Around Boston Harbor
Cruise Ships Base in Boston for trips to Bermuda
The ships reached Boston after having raced at various points on their trip from Spain, They stopped for extended visits at 6 ports including Tenerife in the Canary Islands, Bermuda, Charleston, South Carolina, Boston, Halifax, Nova Scotia, and then they sailed to Belfast. Ireland.
See List of Participating Tall Ships at the bottom of this page
Getting to Boston: Air service reaches Boston's Logan Airport (BOS) from other major hubs and cities. Rental cars are available at the airport. From the airport boat shuttles reach the City of Boston at several places,
Transit service and taxis reach the city after a short drive.
Passenger Boat service leaves daily from Boston to the tip of Cape Cod (May -September) at Provincetown. Bikes can go aboard.