Boston continues to draw the Superyachts coming to New England, as it is a great destination with the close proximity of the airport to the marinas, shoreside attractions and the many fine restaurants, upscale boutiques and variety of museums that it has all in walking distance to the waterfront. Boston has long been a gateway for yachts. In the 17th and 18th centuries the port attracted colonists from Great Britain to the New World and continues today to attract visitors to the city.
There are several marinas ideally located in the Boston Harbor, including one of the world premier IGY facilities - the Boston Yacht Haven - with ‘state of the art’ facilities, shoreside amenities and security. Boston is the largest New England city with a very rich historical past, which can be experienced by taking the 2.5-mile Freedom Trail. This is a red brick trail that leads you to 16 historical sights where major events took place during the American Revolution. There are many old Market Buildings still standing including Quincy Market also known as Faneuil Hall, which was built in 1742. Faneuil Hall has been a marketplace and meeting spot for over 250 years. Bordered by the waterfront, Haymarket and the North End, the neighborhood is known for its large selection of shops, restaurants, food stalls, sidewalk performances during the summer months, and the well-traveled part of Boston’s Freedom trail. Boston offers easy access to Logan airport and a plethora of activities ashore.