Cruise Round-trip from Boston, Massachusetts. Yes, there is such a thing as a Boston cruise. Refreshing, isn’t it? Cruises from out of Boston, MA are just like a cruise you would take out of a busier seaport in Florida or California. The good thing is you can avoid the heavier travel expense of traveling to those busy, congested seaports. If you’ve never heard of Boston cruises, let us fill you in.
Here at Direct Line Cruises, we can set you up with a fabulous trip on the Norwegian Dawn Cruise ship. The Norwegian Dawn sails to Bermuda during the months of April through October round-trip from Boston, Massachusetts.
The Norwegian Dawn will take you on a seven night trip to Bermuda with the best in amenities on board. Enjoy a variety of different restaurants and a las vegas style casino. The Norwegian Dawn has fun around every corner with the Stardust Lounge and Kids’ Center. There is also the Spa and Fitness Center for those who want to counteract the effects of having so many restaurants all on one ship!
In addition to the NCL Dawn, the Royal Caribbean Jewel of the Seas offers 7-Night Canada / New England Cruises during the months of September and October. So, what are you waiting for? Book your cruise from Boston, Massachusetts today!
Boston, Massachusetts Cruise Ship Terminal Address:
Black Falcon Cruise Terminal – 1 Black Falcon Way Boston, MA
Use Interactive Map Below for Detailed Driving Directions:
From Logan International Airport:
Exit Logan Airport to the Ted Williams Tunnel (I-90) ($3 toll).
Follow signs for the Ted Williams Tunnel.
From the right lane, take the first exit – Exit 25/South Boston.
At the traffic lights, you will be at Congress Street.
Continue forward onto B Street.
At the next signal, turn right onto Seaport Boulevard which turns into Northern Ave.
Continue on Northern Avenue for approx ¼ mile then turn right to Tide Street and an immediate left onto Drydock Avenue.
Follow Drydock Avenue as it turns right at the end of the Boston Design Center.
Turn right again onto Black Falcon Avenue, traveling straight to the stop sign, where you will be directed by Port Officers for either passenger drop-off or to the parking garage.