Flynn Cruiseport Boston
Making it easy and convenient to sail away from the day-to-day.
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. Flynn Cruiseport Boston opened in 1986 and welcomed 13 cruise ships and over 11,000 passengers in its first season.
In 2019, Flynn Cruiseport Boston hit a record, welcoming 400,000 passengers on a mix of 138 homeport and port-of-call ships. Currently, Flynn Cruiseport Boston plans to welcome over 140 vessels between March and November, sailing to Bermuda, Canada/New England, Iceland/Greenland, the Caribbean, and a wide variety of other repositioning itineraries, offering a quick and easy getaway for Greater Massachusetts and New England.
Beyond fulfilling dreams of leisurely travel, we’re proud to say that Flynn Cruiseport Boston supports 2,200 jobs, generates $135 million in business revenue, and contributes $41 million in federal, state, and local taxes. Cruising supports hundreds of businesses large and small throughout the region, from transportation providers and restaurants to tourist attractions, airlines and hotels, souvenir shops, and provisioning companies that supply the ships. Our cruise partners’ robust shore excursion offerings are a great way to explore Boston and the Commonwealth.
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