Cruise ships dock in Boston
at the Black
Falcon Cruise Terminal, in the Seaport
District of South
Boston near the city
Voyage from Boston Harbor to nearby towns on
Shore and South
Shore of Massachusetts
You can sail to Provincetown at the tip of Cape
Cod on a day-trip cruise or longer. More...
Relive the rich maritime heritage
of this coast on a short, enjoyable ferry
Sail to the big island from New
Hole or Nantucket. More...
Ferries to the "faraway land" depart
from Hyannis and Martha's
Sail from Providence, Newport, Point
Judith or Long Island to Rhode Island's summer
island getaway. More...
Ferries connect New York's Long Island with
Bridgeport CT, New
London CT, and Block
Island RI. More...
Ferries and island cruises are yours at several
spots along the Connecticut
Vermont has no seacoast, but crossing
Lake Champlain between Burlington VT and
Port Kent NY, you may not think so. More...
The rockbound coast of Maine is sprinkled with
islands, most served by ferries small or
The Cat, a fast catamaran car-and-passenger ferry races between Portland, Maine and Yarmouth, Nova Scotia in summer, giving you the opportunity to have a Two-Nation Vacation. More...
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—by Tom Brosnahan