57 Schooner Adirondack III - Boston Tips
- Casual 4
- Take public transit 1
- Park in lot 1
- Pack a picnic 1
- Food and drinks for purchase 1
The weather was sunny and breezy. I wore long sleeves for sun protection and a light jacket. Usually cooler on the water. Schooner supplied sunscreen, blankets, water..
The weather was Sunny, wicked hot out. . I wore A little dress and wedges. I would advice you not to wear wedges if you can't walk in them because you will fall off of the boat. .
Take the T. South station isn't too far. The aquarium t is right there as well.
The weather was 90 humid and uncomfortable in Boston.. I wore sport shirt and corduroys. If it had been much cooler I would have wanted a windbreaker once we were out on the water. .
Snack foods. A cheese tray, crackers, chips&beer&wine for purchase. You can bring your own food.
Check in at the Ferry office before going to the Adirondack. Make sure you get a wristband before boarding. The employees at the ferry office don't seem to ask. You board about 5 min before scheduled departure time.
The weather was Sunny and light winds. I wore Shorts & and tshirt. You may get wet. Dress for it. .
Nice cheese platter on board, but you can bring a picnic. But lots of places to eat after the cruise.
Parking lot right by the harbor! Convenient!
The weather was We had a windy night, added to the excitement, just needed a light sweater or sweatshirt!. I wore shorts, t-shirt and sneakers, brought a sweatshirt for later..
The weather was cool. I wore capris and a short sleeved shirt, brought a windbreaker.
The weather was chilly.. I wore sleveless shirt. A sweater was very much needed!.
The weather was a little sunny and also windy. I wore just a shirt and pants. Probably should have brought my sunglasses. I didn't bring a jacket but they had blankets for when it got chilly. .
The weather was sunny but got a bit chilly; blankets are provided. I wore Dress, cardigan, sandals.
The weather was cloudy. I wore bring a sweatshirt AND the crew had fleece blankets for anyone who wanted them..
After the cruise, we walked to the North End for some great food and canolis
Some guests brought snacks for the trip, we brought sandwiches. It was totally fun packing a little lunch to share.
The entrance to the Rowe's Wharf garage is sort of hard to find...you'll see the Boston Harbor Hotel's driveway/main entrance first and then the sign for the parking garage just a few feet up. It looks like a sidewalk but it is also the garage's entrance. Don't forget to get your parking validation chaser ticket when you check-in!
The company says you can board the 6 pm beginning at 5 but that isn't quite the case...when you check-in they will give you your tickets and boarding begins at about 555 for the 6 sailing.