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What You'll Get
Sailors learn to be experts at knot tying, from securing the vessel with a tight anchor hitch to securing the captain after he succumbs to madness and tries to eat his own hook hand. This Groupon is a mutinous bounty.
Choose Between Two Options
- $79 for a 90-minute captain-your-own mini speedboat excursion with digital picture for one (a $159.94 value)
- $289 for a 90-minute captain-your-own mini speedboat excursion with digital picture for four (a $639.76 value)<p>
Following an operations overview, up to two people pile into a Coast Guard–approved F-13 speedboat loaded with all necessary equipment. From there, witty, knowledgeable staff lead groups as they pilot their own vessels past sights such as the USS Constitution and Charleston Navy Yard. Bottled water is included on board, and afterward, boaters take home a digital picture to commemorate their voyage. The season begins on May 19.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 1, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit up to four or one four-pack per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must sign waiver. Must be 18 or older to operate boat; must present valid drivers license. Subject to weather. 24hr cancellation policy required. Fuel surcharge may apply. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Boston Harbor Mini Speed Boats, Inc.
Boston's historical skyline sets the backdrop for aquatic adventures aboard Boston Harbor Mini Speed Boats' fleet of F-13 speedboats. The two-person vessels require no boating license, letting customers steer their own way across Boston Harbor and the Charles River. Kept on-course by a team of guides piloting the lead boat, excursions speed past well-known sights such as the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Fort Independence, and the USS Constitution, whose wooden masts stretch towards the sky like a ballerina who let go of her birthday balloon.