100 Massachusetts Bay Lines Vessels Tips
- Casual 1
- Take public transit 2
- Parking is scarce 1
- Dine before you go 1
The weather was perfect. I wore long sleeve.
Quincy market is close by
Great location for a harbor walk before or after!
Catch the boat at Rowe's Wharf, Gate C, but first go into the Massachusetts Bay Lines office to get your passes.
Get there early. If you are not in the front row for the show, it can be hard to see.
Parking is about 10 dollars cheaper at the lots across Atlantic Ave (rather than right at Rowes Wharf). We parked at $225 Franklin Street, which was $8. I think there is even a closer one for $10. Rowes Wharf would have been $18.
Definitely take the T if you can. We got off at Downtown Crossing and walked from there, only about 15 min. also s good idea to eat a meal first. Only snacks on the boat.
The weather was Very nice weather but tends to get windy. . I wore Jeans and a blouse/sweater.
Reasonable priced drinks, but could use some food...
I parked at a meter on High Street for $3
Bathroom on the boat has no lights
We took the MBTA
Parking more expensive than the cruise....
Was getting a little bit chilly at the end - Coat is welcomed
There was no food and there was not much selection for the drinks.
The bathroom on the boat is bad.
Parking is very expensive. That is a negative aspect of the event.
Casual dress (may need a light coat even in the summer)