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Tips for Getting the Most Out of a Charter Bus Boston
If you need to hire a charter bus, Boston or another destination, it doesn't have to be a hassle. Our attention to detail and our commitment to service is the reason that our charter bus company is chosen more than any other for group travel needs.
Curious about common reasons for booking a charter bus? Boston is just one of the many destinations that we service around the country. It's a common city that people choose to visit for both business as well as pleasure trips and Boston has some outstanding sightseeing opportunities.
Do you have a youth, senior or church group? These are common types of charter bus groups we take to Boston on a regular basis. For history buffs, schedule a stop at a few of Boston's outstanding museums, or let them have the thrill of walking the same hallways as some of the founding fathers in many of the historical monuments around Boston. You can also enjoy the restaurants and shopping with your charter bus group, Boston has a huge number of fun venues to explore and enjoy.
Corporations can also benefit from hiring a charter bus. Corporate events, meetings and seminars can be a breeze to organize when you use the services of a charter bus. Boston is a hub for business and besides the convenience of using a charter bus, it also makes good financial sense. The high costs of fuel can make driving together in a caravan no longer a cost effective option. Additionally, when using the services of a charter bus company, no one has to arrive fatigued or stressed out from driving, everyone gets to sit back and enjoy the ride. Best of all, no one will arrive late, everyone gets to your venues at the same time when you utilize a charter bus.
Special occasions are also a breeze to plan when you use the services of a charter bus. From family reunions, birthdays and anniversaries can all be celebrated in safety and comfort in a charter bus. No hassles about driving or parking and your driver will get you to every stop on time, every time.
If you're ready to book your excursion on a charter bus, Boston is ready and waiting to show your group a wonderful time. From history to the outstanding nightlife and the fantastic shopping and restaurants; you can see it all from the comfort of your charter bus.
May 3, 2013 - On the water in Massachusetts
Whether you desire an escape to a pristine natural environment or a spirited excursion that provides panoramic views of Boston, there is a Massachusetts river cruise to suit your charter bus group’s needs. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts is home to 4,230 miles of rivers that are flanked by dense forests, colonial architecture and a wealth of historic sites. Massachusetts river cruises give charter bus visitors the opportunity to explore the area’s scenic beauty, while learning about its history. Explore Massachusetts’ rivers with a bus, coach bus, party bus, mini bus, passenger coach or school bus charter from Bus Charter Boston.
The Charles River and Locks Sightseeing Cruise is a 90-minuted narrated tour of Boston's Inner Harbor. The cruise is operated by the Boston Harbor Cruise company, which has been providing water tours since 1926. The Charles River and Locks Cruise offers charter bus visitors unobstructed views of the of the Boston and Cambridge skylines and it passes a number of noteworthy sights, including the USS Constitution, the oldest commissioned ship in the world that is still afloat, Bunker Hill Monument, Old North Church, Harvard, M.I.T. and Beacon Hill. On-ship amenities include snack and liquor bars that offer fast food and alcoholic beverages for a fee. This cruise runs from late June until early September; it's offered once daily during the week and twice per day on weekends.
Cape Ann’s River Cruise is a laid back excursion that takes charter bus guests along the Annisquam River on the northern shore of Massachusetts. The cruise is conducted by the Cape Ann’s Marina Resort, which is located in Gloucester, a picturesque city that is the home of the oldest seaport in the US. The cruise takes place aboard the “Anni” pontoon boat. The cruise takes passengers on a peaceful ride past several of the area’s top attractions, including the Annisquam Harbor Light house, a permanent fixture in the area since the early 1800s, riverfront homes and cottages, and Ipswich Bay. Light snacks and beverages are available for purchase aboard the cruise. Cruises run from late-June until Labor Day. Charter bus guests staying at least one night at Cape Ann’s Marina Resort receive complimentary admission to the river cruise.
Essex River Cruise and Charters offers charter bus visitors several narrated tours of the Essex River and a range of sites that have been immortalized in Hollywood films. The tours take place in Essex, a coastal city located 26-miles north of Boston and travel a tidal estuary, which flanks the Atlantic Ocean. The 1.5-hour cruise is the company’s most extensive excursion. The cruise takes charter bus guests along a sprawling route that provides glimpses of a number of attractions, such as the Ship Building Museum, Cross Islands and a saltwater marsh. The tour also travels past several sites that have been featured in Hollywood movies, including Woodman’s Restaurant from the film “Grown-Ups”; Crane Beach from “the Witches of Eastwick”; and Castle Hill from the “Thomas Crown Affair.” Snacks, souvenirs and beverages are available for purchase at the tour company’s gift shop. Cruises run daily from May through October.
Cruise down the rivers in Massachusetts when you visit the state with a charter bus from Charter Bus Boston. Charter Bus Boston provides you with fully equipped charter buses that will suit any charter bus group transport need.
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