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Coronavirus ferry travel advice
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Provincetown to Boston / Boston to Provincetown2 crossings daily1 hr 30 min
Salem to Boston / Boston to Salem4 crossings daily50 min
Boston port is situated in the heart of Boston, and is easily accessible from the town centre. Ferries from Boston go to Provincetown and Salem. You can book your ferry with AFerry
Ferries to and from Boston
Boston Harbor Cruises own several high speed catamarans for foot passengers. On board you will find a selection of food and beverages to purchase, such as sandwiches, hot dogs, hot pretzels, popcorn, water, fruit juices, iced tea, soda, coffee and tea. Wine, beer and cocktails are served at the bar.
Boston Ferry Port Services
Boston ferry port has extremely good facilities. At the harbour you will find a wide range of restaurants and cafes, toilets, seating areas, tourist information and lots of parking.
Getting to Boston Port
You will have no trouble getting to Boston port by car or public transport. If you are travelling by car from the South, take the 93 N and take exit 23 (Government Centre), and if you are coming from the North take exit 24A from the 93 S. Then follow signs to Aquarium Wharf.
For those taking public transport, you can choose to travel by train or boat. If you are arriving by train, take the MBTA Blue Line to Aquarium Station. To find Boston Harbor Cruises, follow the exit signs for the Aquarium.
If you are arriving by boat, then you can reach Boston Harbor Cruises via the Inner Harbor Ferry from Charlestown Navy Yard, the Hingham Commuter Boat and the Quincy/Hull/Logan/Boston Commuter Boat.
Boston is the capital city of Massachusetts in the USA. Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States, founded by settlers from England in 1630 and was a key location of the American Revolution. As the site of the Boston Tea Party, the Boston Massacre, the Battle of Bunker Hill, and the Siege of Boston, the city is, to all intents and purposes, one gigantic outdoor history museum. Boston is a great place for lovers of seafood, who can sit by the harbour in the Seaport District and sample to best local oysters, fresh steamed lobster and world's-finest chowder, while sports fans will never be bored at the home of the Red Sox, the Patriots and the Celtics.
Boston Harbour Cruises
1 Long Wharf, Boston,, MA 02110, USA