BOSTON – New itineraries to Cuba and the Caribbean were the theme of today’s event to kick off the 2018 cruise season at the Flynn Cruiseport in South Boston.
Vacations by sea begin in Boston Harbor.
Once a quiet estuary of Massachusetts Bay, today Boston Harbor is bustling with recreation and commerce, including the more than 300,000 passengers who pass through historic Flynn Cruiseport Boston every year as they set off on a holiday cruise or visit Boston as a port of call. Flynn Cruiseport Boston, in South Boston’s vibrant Seaport District, is a quick 10 minutes from Boston Logan International Airport and easily accessible from both I-90 and I-93.
Have some free time before your next departure? Try these local favorites
Boston Fish Pier
The Boston Fish Pier, which opened in 1914, is owned and operated by the Massachusetts Port Authority. Having celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2014, the pier is both a waterfront landmark and an important supporter of maritime jobs in the Port of Boston.
Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau
"Fun if by land and fun if by sea, Boston is an ideal destination for your next vacation and we’re here to help! Explore diverse neighborhoods, enjoy an eclectic array of performing arts, shop in chic boutiques and high-end malls, fall into a foodies paradise, find the perfect hotel, and discover the true essence of BostonUSA, a cosmopolitan hub where tradition and innovation interact everyday."
BOSTON – To mark Earth Day, the Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) has released its second Sustainability & Resiliency Report. The “Sustainable Massport” report has regularly updated the public on progress made towards the Authority’s ambitious sustainability and resiliency goals and announced new projects and commitments towards a greener future.
BOSTON – In a ceremony not far from the docks where former Mayor of Boston and U.S. Ambassador to the Holy See Raymond L. Flynn once worked as a young man, Governor Charlie Baker, elected officials,