All photos by Dean Igoe Photography ©2018
The ships are classic harbor cruise ships with two levels, outdoor seating and a fantastic food spread with newer menu options created by no less than famed Chef Barbara Lynch. We did the Sunday Bingo Punch Brunch and the two hours really flew by. The cruises depart from Long Wharf and there is plenty of parking (free on Sunday) in the area.
In addition to the great food we played "Singo" where you win points for a prize by guessing the names of familiar pop tunes. Very fun!
We sipped sangria as we noshed on this gorgeous Watermelon, Feta And Pomegranate salad.
The lox with pickled onions and capers is a classic topping for your bagel smeared with cream cheese.
There is even a make-your-own-eggs-benedict station where you choose all the ingredients you want to pile on a very good, artisan English Muffin. One of the best Eggs Benedicts we have had. Really.
And, of course there are all of those views of the City making it a great afternoon for both locals and visitors on holiday. No question about it, we loved it.
Stay tuned for our Codzilla ride coming up later in the season.
Boston Harbor Cruises
One Long Wharf
Boston, MA 02110
Telephone: 617.227.4321 or 1.877.SEE.WHALE
We attended this event as media guests with no promise of any editorial consideration. And loved every minute of it.