Three Free Boston Harbor Sightseeing Cruises for August 2019


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THE FIRST ONE Monday, August 5, for a free harbor cruise out to the Boston Lighthouse. Boarding and Check-in at 5pm. Departs at 5:30 p.m.

Spend two hours aboard the Provincetown II Shop with wheelhouse narration of the history of the Boston Harbor Cleanup and the Boston Light Station by harbor historian David Coffin.

You’ll also have a chance to meet the current lightkeeper Sally Snowman.

The cruise will be departing promptly at 5:30 p.m. with check-in and boarding starting at 5 p.m. To sign up for this cruise click here.

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On Saturday, August 10,

see a different side of Boston from Georges Island as Save the Harbor teams up with REI Co-Op for a day trip full of fishing, games and exploring historic Fort Warren. This cruise begins boarding at 9:30 a.m. with a prompt 10 a.m. departure and returns at 2 p.m.

To sign up for this cruise click here.

Tuesday, August 13,

Save the Harbor is offering a new experiential cruise with a lighthouse tour around the harbor and a chance to see the different lighthouses from up-close with another chance to hear the wheelhouse narration by harbor historian David Coffin.

To sign up for this cruise click here.

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Save the Harbor’s free Share the Harbor Cruises are made possible with Leadership Grants from the Cronin Group, LLC, the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs Bay State Cruise Company, and Massachusetts Bay Lines

Save the Harbor is also grateful for Leadership Grants from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, The Boston Foundation, The Coca-Cola Foundation, Exelon Generation, and John Hancock Financial Services.

Save the Harbor is grateful for Partnership Grants from the Boston Bruins Foundation, Boston Properties – Atlantic Wharf, Boston Properties—200 Clarendon, The Daily Catch Seaport, Davis Family Charitable Foundation, Eastern Salt Company, Inc., Engie, Fan Pier – The Fallon Company, Highland Street Foundation, Hood Business Park, The HYM Investment Group, LLC, IR+M Charitable Fund, The Llewellyn Foundation, Massachusetts Port Authority, National Grid Foundation, P & G Gillette, Lawrence J. and Anne Rubenstein Charitable Foundation, William E. Schrafft & Bertha E. Schrafft Charitable Trust, Clinton H. & Wilma T. Shattuck Charitable Trust, and Vertex. 

Save the Harbor also appreciates Stewardship Grants from Anonymous, Camp Harbor View Foundation, Circle Furniture , Comcast, Copeland Family Foundation, The Cricket Foundation, Cruise Industry Charitable Foundation, Davis Family Charitable Foundation, Elizabeth Elser Doolittle Charitable Trust, Dorr Charitable Foundation, Enbridge, Tom & Lucinda Foley, Foundation for Sustainability and Innovation, Kershaw, George Lewis – Haven Trust, Liberty Bay Credit Union, Lovett Woodsum Foundation, Maine Community Foundation, MarineMax Russo, Massachusetts Convention Center Authority, Massachusetts Water Resources Authority, Nicholson Foundation, Pabis Foundation, REI, RMR Real Estate Services, Rockland Trust Pavilion, Skanska, Abbot & Dorothy H. Stevens Foundation, TD Charitable Foundation, and Tishman Speyer.

Save the Harbor would also like to thank our Program Funders Andus Baker & Rowan Murphy Family Fund, MA Attorney General’s Office Healthy Summer and Youths Jobs Program, The Paul and Edith Babson Foundation, Beacon Capital Partners, LLC, Andrew Calamare & Marianne Connolly, Cell Signaling Technology, Diversified Automotive, Legal Sea Foods, Miss Wallace M. Leonard Foundation, Mass Bay Credit Union, Matthew J. & Gilda F. Strazzula Foundation, UDR, and Kyle & Sara Warwick.

Save the Harbor would also like to extend our gratitude to our Supporters 3A Marine Service, The Bay State Federal Savings Charitable Foundation, Cresset Group, Massachusetts Marine Educational Trust, Randy Peeler & Kate Kellogg.

Special thanks as well to the hundreds of individual donors for their generosity and to our partners at the Department of Conservation and Recreation, the Metropolitan Beaches Commission, the Boston Centers for Youth and Families and the YMCA of Greater Boston for their support.  

Save the Harbor/Save the Bay
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212 Northern Avenue, Suite 304 West
Boston MA 02210 United States