Last weekend, boyfiance and I headed to the Waterfront to board one Boston Harbor Cruises’ Weekend Brunch Cruises. My first reaction:: What took us so long to do this?!
I’ve used BHC to get to the Boston Harbor Islands for many summers past, but I’ve clearly neglected to take advantage of all of the other cruises they have to offer. The two-hour brunch cruise gave us plenty of time to relax and enjoy our meal inside AND sit on the deck to watch the sites and listen to David‘s hysterical tour + commentary when we were ready [mimosa in hand, of course].
I feel like BHC has an undeserved reputation of being for tourists only. So false. That being said, if you are visiting Boston, I highly recommend taking a cruise with BHC! But if you’re a local like me, there’s almost even more value. I’ve lived in Boston proper for 7 years and yet learned SO many fun new things about our city on this tour. Also definitely laughed three times as much as the average out-of-towner on board… #bostonjokez.
Even on the cloudiest of days, we still had the best time. Next on our list? Sunset Cruise.
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Full disclosure: I was provided two BHC tickets for the purpose of this review. All opinions expressed are my own.