Commuting via boat has a number of advantages: there are no traffic jams, there are no hitchhikers with hooks for teeth, and if you hit a deer, it’s definitely the deer’s fault. Experience the ease of aquatic transportation with today’s Groupon for environmentally friendly cruises from Rowes Wharf Water Transport and Boston Green Cruises. Choose from the following options:
- For $17, you get round-trip water-taxi tickets for two through Boston Inner Harbor (a $34 value).
- For $27, you get round-trip water-taxi tickets for four through Boston Inner Harbor (a $68 value).
- For $39, you get two tickets for a 90-minute tour of Boston Harbor and the Charles River (up to a $78 value).
- For $62, you get four tickets for a 90-minute tour of Boston Harbor and the Charles River (up to a $156 value).
Rowes Wharf Water Transport’s water-taxi service picks up patrons from various points throughout the Inner Harbor and seats them in fully upholstered, heated boats for commutes across the water-paved highway. With the service, seafarers can catch a flight at Logan Airport or visit the New England Aquarium and fight the urge to headbutt the enormous tanks’ glass.
On Boston Green Cruises’s 90-minute tour, sightseers ferry through the city’s historic Inner Harbor and Charles River on peaceful, environmentally responsible vessels. Guests coast through the gentle waves of Boston Harbor and admire the waterfront scenery aboard the quiet, battery-powered Unplugged, a zero-emissions boat propelled by a highly efficient power rudder and early Steely Dan albums. The aquatic vehicle comfortably seats up to 12 guests, ensuring each passenger has ample room to lounge atop plush seating while taking in the Boston skyline, the USS Constitution, and the old railroad bridge over the Charles River.
Boston Green Cruises
You'll be hard pressed to find a better view of Boston Harbor than the one on the fully-electric boat "Unplugged" or the low emissions catamaran named the "Beachcat," two of the several boats in Boston Green Cruises' fleet. Smaller groups will have personalized views of the city skyline, along with historic sights, via Boston Green Cruses' eco-friendly boats.