Boston Odyssey Lunch & Dinner Cruises
Experience a one-of-a-kind cruise experience aboard the Boston Odyssey lunch, dinner, and brunch cruises. Depart from Rowe's Wharf and enjoy the scenery of the harbor and take part in a delicious meal, talented live entertainment, and the Boston city skyline.
Bring friends, or just enjoy the evening with a loved one as you cruise over glossy waters and dine on a wide variety of food options. The Boston Odyssey is a fantastic way to spend an evening of your vacation, or weekend out.
About the Boston Odyssey
You will be sailing in style on the Boston Odyssey. Enjoy three climate-controlled decks, complete with dance floors and open bars. This ship has a capacity of approximately 580 passengers. The Odyssey will sail in most weather year round, but may stay dockside in the case of severe weather, or under warning from the Coast Guard.
Attire - For dinner cruises, appropriate attire includes dressy-casual dresses, cocktail wear, collared shirts and dress pants. For other cruises, pants, sundresses, or nice outfits are recommended. Casual jeans, athletic wear and flip flops are discouraged on all cruises.
Seating - Seating is pre-assigned. You and your party will be shown to your table, and will be seated on the same deck as your party members.
Things to See:
Historic Boston Harbor - The historic harbor is a natural harbor that was discovered in 1614 by John Smith, and was the site of the Boston Tea Party. It has played an important role in American History since its discovery.
Boston Light - Dating back to 1783, the current lighthouse is the second oldest working lighthouse in the US. The first lighthouse built on the sight dates back to 1716, and was the first lighthouse to be built in what is now the United States.
Charlestown Naval Yard -Now called the Boston Navy Yard, the Naval Yard was established in 1801. In 1974 it was closed as an active naval installation and transferred to become part of the Boston National Historical Park. Enough of the yard is still in service to support the USS Constitution. Another ship berthed in the naval yard is the USS Cassin Young, a World War II-era destroyer.