Boston ferry port in United States is served by a number of ferry routes with crossings to Provincetown, Salem, Georges Island & Spectacle Island available. With a selection of up to 14 Sailings Daily, the port of Boston connects United States with .
Sailing durations range from 30 minutes on the Spectacle Island service to 1 hour 30 minutes on the Provincetown service.
Although there is a brief summary on this page, as sailing information can vary based on time of year we’d advise you to get live sailing times and prices in our Boston fare search.
What ferry routes depart from Boston?
Found on the east coast of the USA in the state of Massachusetts, Boston is one of the most popular and glamourous cities in North America. All of the ferry routes departing from Boston Port typically last around an hour and are to nearby islands laying off the east coast of the USA.
What is there to do in Boston?
Widely known as ‘Beantown’ after its proficiency in Baked Beans production, Boston is famed for the superb educational premises located in the city, including two of America’s most prestigious universities – M.I.T and Harvard. The large student population gives the town somewhat of an edgy, energetic vibe, and also contributes to the relatively diverse population. For those that have an active interest in history, there are also numerous museums around the city.
Away from history and education, sports is a huge part of the city’s culture, with the Boston Red Sox being one of the most famous baseball teams in the world. Several films have also been set in the city, including The Departed, The Social Network and Good Will Hunting, providing a fascinating tour for movie buffs. After watching a baseball game or witnessing the film settings, Boston has an array of excellent restaurants perfect for enjoying an evening meal. Some restaurants employ deliberately surly waitresses, living up to the city’s sometimes grouchy reputation.
How to get around Boston
One of the most favourable aspects of Boston is the ease in which tourists can get around. It is very possible to get around the city by foot, with the major attractions located in the city centre and in relatively close proximity. For access to the port, there are several road links, as well as a train running directly to the port.
66 Long Wharf, Boston, MA 02110
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