Aproveite ao máximo o seu tempo em Boston ou Salem com este serviço de balsa de alta velocidade. Viaje com rapidez e estilo a bordo de um confortável catamarã com o seu ingresso de ida e volta ou só de ida, permitindo que você visite duas das mais famosas paradas históricas de Massachusetts. Este passeio de barco rápido é a melhor e mais rápida maneira de chegar onde você quer ir!
Fantastic way to travel from Boston to Salem! The journey to and from Salem was part of the fun!. The trip took under 1 hour each way, offering food and drinks for sale and a beautiful view of Boston skyline on the return journey. Highly recommend!
The Salem High-Speed Ferry was a great part of our experiences while we were in Boston! The Ferry was wonderful and our children loved the trip to and from Salem! Highly recommend this trip for a quick and easy way to go from Boston to Salem!
The ferry trip from Boston to Salem, as well as the return trip were delightful not at all crowded on Father's Day!, and expedient. For those interested, they offer cold beer with a lime and wine, along with sandwiches, wraps and snacks. Salem was an absolute delight, mostly due to our avoidance of anything witchy and the discovery of one of the most beautiful and interesting museums we have visited in the US - The Peabody Essex. Do not miss it! Finally, dinner at Turner's Seafood was a delicious and delightful experience. We thoroughly enjoyed our day in Salem.
Had a great 3 days in Boston, including a day in Salem. I would have liked more as I did not get chance to do all that is on offer e.g. Harvard and MIT plus explore other places in the area. I did the freedom walk, Boston Tea Party and trip to Salem.
Great way to get to Salem. Loved the place. Great witchy kitsch. Free trolley from harbour into centre is very welcome. Tourist information centre is great for getting bearings. Character actors in costume wander the street saying Good Morrow which was fun. Easy to change voucher for ticket at harbour kiosk by the Marriott hotel. Recommend café at corner of Essex and Washington St in Salem and their apple and cinnamon French toast.