If you are headed to Boston, or if you’ve lived in Boston for a while but are a lazy landlubber, get thy dry butt to the water, pronto!
Boston’s infamous harbor has now evolved to be inspiring.
On land, the Harbor boasts a gorgeous, sculpture-filled “Harbor Walk” which is so long and exciting that it makes for a great field trip or date. But the real thrill begins when you hop aboard a vessel and set sail… or motor!
There are an enormous variety of ways to rock out Boston Harbor and its islands, from a super-cheap commuter shuttle which jets you from Boston to Charlestown Navy yard, to various types and prices of craft to boop and bop about the Harbor Islands and beyond.
Every time I’ve boated in Boston Harbor, it’s been the best. Why? Here are some reasons, in pictoral form, from my most recent watery escapade: a two-hour Tall Ship sunset sailing cruise of the Harbor (with a half-price coupon)!
The author, Lillie Marshall, is 6-foot-tall National Board Certified Teacher of English, fitness fan, and mother of two who has been a public school educator since 2003. She launched Around the World “L” Travel and Life Blog in 2009, and over 3.7 million readers have now visited this site. Lillie also runs TeachingTraveling.com and DrawingsOf.com. Subscribe to her monthly newsletter, and follow @WorldLillie on social media!