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Boston Cruise Guide > Day Cruises and Harbor Cruises

1-Day Cruises from Boston

A popular way to tour the city is to take one of the many Boston day cruises. There are lots of options for sailing around this harbor, and we present a summary below.

Boston Harbor Cruises is New England's oldest and largest cruise company. Boston's only 3-hour whale watch cruise on high-speed catamarans. They also offer sightseeing tours, sunset cruises, lighthouse tours and more.

Set sail on the Liberty Fleet of Tall Ships. The Schooners Liberty Star and Liberty Clipper are ready to take you back in time for an unforgettable Boston Harbor cruise. 2-hour daily sails from June through September.

The Charles Riverboat Company takes you out on the Charles River, one of America's most beautiful rivers with views of the Boston and Cambridge skylines. Voyage through river waterway lock system.

Massachusetts Bay Lines offers sightseeing, sunset and moonlight cruises. In business for over 40 years.

Bay State Cruise Company offers ferry service from Boston to Provincetown. Seasonal from May to October. Fast ferry or a traditional ferry.

Boston Harbor Cruises' Provincetown Fast Ferry takes you to Provincetown on Cape Cod in just 90 minutes. Lots of onboard amenities and services.

Boston Dinner Cruises

The Spirit of Boston offers dinner cruises on historic Boston Harbor. Dine, dance, enjoy the entertainment and see the great views. Sunset and Midnight cruises too. The Spirit of Boston was fully renovated in 2015.

Odyssey Cruise Company has dinner cruises, brunch, and lunch cruises. They also have themed and holiday cruises. Get onboard this luxury boat at Rowes Wharf.

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