Choose from Three Options
- $75 for a two-hour motorboat rental for up to 5 people ($200 value)
- $300 for a two-hour cruise charter for up to 12 people ($600 value)
- $400 for a four-hour fishing charter for up to 6 people on the 23-foot Grady White ($800 value)
Motorboat rentals are for a 17-foot Triumph boat, which you can sail through the Dorchester, Quincy, or Hingham bays. Private cruise charters are on a 42-foot boat, where you can bring along drinks.
Captain Steve leads fishing charters to explore inshore spots or areas along the 34 Harbor Islands aboard the Reel Easy. Anglers have a chance to catch striper, cod, haddock, shark, and other species, and they also may see dolphins, seals, eagles, and other wildlife. Fishing gear is provided, although guests are invited to bring along a lunch and beverages.
Boston Harbor Boat Rentals
With its flotilla of watercraft ranging from a 12' Triumph to a 42' Post Marine Sportfish, Boston Harbor Boat Rentals gives patrons access to the surrounding waterways aboard well maintained floating fortresses. Groups can don their life vests and clamber aboard for day cruises that last as long as 8 hours, and might include stop-offs at the many docks and islands found around Boston Harbor. Before sending sea-farers out on their voyage, the company tops off gas tanks and puts novices through a Boating Safety and Small Boat Operation course so misguided mariners don't try to jump over small islands.