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Apr 13, 2013 - Boating in Boston

Founded by Puritans in the early 17th century, Boston is one of the most historic cities in the United States. The city's busy harbor handled much of the nation's early trade with the outside world, including imports from Britain and elsewhere. Anger over high taxes on goods imported from Britain sparked the Boston Tea Party, one of the events that led to the American Revolution. Today, the harbor offers rental bus visitors the opportunity to charter vessels and sail nearby waters. You can choose between fully-staffed yachts or bareboat charters that allow you and your party to sail the ship wherever you'd like. To get in and around Boston for your boat charter, do it with a bus, charter bus, coach bus, party bus, mini bus, passenger coach or school bus rented from Boston Bus Rentals.

Boston Yacht Charters provides a variety of charter options for rental bus visitors. Numerous vessels are available, ranging from a charter that can accommodate up to 12 people in a rental bus group to one that holds as many as 1,100 guests. Motor and sailboats are available to rent, and the trips can range from hourly and daily, to extended trips that roam the entire East Coast of the United States. The ships are ideal for romantic evenings for two, corporate events, birthday parties, weddings and more, with chefs, captains and other employees available to assist your rental bus group.

The Boston Sailing Center offers small-scale charter boat trips for rental bus visitors around historic Boston Harbor in one of 60 available yachts. Set up a trip for a few hours or for the whole day, with only a skipper on board to assist your rental bus group. Where and how long you travel is entirely up to you. A minimum of a two-hour trip is required, and the small, personal yachts hold a maximum of six people per boat. The price per hour depends on which yacht you select. The center also can set up international charter trips to the destination of your choice.

Boston Light Charters, LLC offers bareboat charter vacations to rental bus visitors. Bareboat charters mean you are entirely in charge of sailing your own ship, with no one on board but you and your guests. Vermont II is the vessel that allows you to travel along the Boston Harbor Islands for as many days as you choose. Another option is to travel along famous ports that lead up to Maine, such as Salem, Rockport and Portsmouth, or sail to Cape Cod or Martha’s Vineyard. Vermont II accommodates four to six guests comfortably.

Boating in Boston is made easy with the assistance of Boston Bus Rentals. Give Boston Bus Rentals a call to find out how they can help you organize your rental bus trip with a selection from their fleet of fully equipped rental buses and friendly, personalized service.