Join us for a relaxing way to end the day with a cruise around the harbor. Nothing can beat the feeling of going out on the water aboard the Provincetown II, Boston Harbor's largest cruise ship with room for up to 1100 passengers.
Join Boston's Biggest After work floating company party and networking event every Thursday sponsored by Boston Networking Club and many other groups
Enjoy the views of Boston's glorious skyline or the beautiful harbor islands from our ship's immaculately maintained and expansive open decks. In the grand tradition of coastal steamers, the Provincetown II will provide your group with unequaled spaciousness and simple elegance.
The ship is outfitted with table seating for 160 passengers, perimeter seating for hundreds more, a fully enclosed deck, semi enclosed deck, and the enormous top deck. Along with the ship's three fully stocked bars, the Provincetown II's large dance areas will ensure a wonderful time on the water, in all weather.
Conveniently located at the World Trade Center in the Seaport District, your guests won't have to struggle with city congestion or overpriced parking. We are located in the Seaport District close by to major highways. Convenient bus drop and pickup located adjacent to our ferry.
Our ship features open air decks, fully stocked bars offering hot and cold drinks and a variety of light snacks including $3 pizza and $2 hot dogs and we can package together food tickets for groups.
This is a private 21+ party and proper id is required - A US driver License or Foreign License with Passport.
TIMING/DIRECTIONS/ATM/PARKING: NO ATM or credit cards accepted on board - bring cash!
Your tickets will be at a registration table 1/2 way down the Commonwealth pier. Boarding starts at 5pm and you must arrive by 5:25pm. The boat departs at 5:30pm sharp. For directions go to www.baystatecruisecompany.com The boat is the MV Provincetown II at Bay State Cruise Co. located at 200 Seaport Blvd on the Commonwealth Pier. The bost is located on the Boston side of the World Trade Center/Seaport Building. If you park at Anthony's or one of the surrounding lots just walk past the Whiskey Priest and then take an immediate left before the World Trade Center onto the Commonwealth Pier. The boat is halfway down the pier. Take the T to Bay State Cruise Company via the Silver Line - Take the subway to South Station and transfer to the Silver Line (the Silver Line also travels through the South End/Back Bay). The Silver Line departs approximately every five minutes to the World Trade Center stop and the trip is just a few minutes. Ample outdoor parking is available starting at $9