Capt Bill & Sons Whale Watch
Gloucester Maritime Center
Visit the Gloucester Maritime Center and see the ongoing restoration of wooden boats, watch the operation of a marine railway that...
Schooner Thomas E Lannon
The 65ft Schooner Thomas E Lannon is the spitting image of the Gloucester fishing schooners. It leaves on two-hour sails from the Seven...
Seven Seas Whale Watch
Whale-watching cruises usually depart several times a day in summer, but only once a day or perhaps only on weekends in April, May,...
The down-and-dirty fisherfolk bar made famous in The Perfect Storm. But this is the real deal, not the set the movie folks threw up for...
Franklin Cape Ann
The North Shore branch of a South End favorite in Boston, this cool place has an urban atmosphere and an excellent, modern New American...
Lonely Planet review
Gloucester's working waterfront is a good place to pick up a whale-watching cruise. Capt Bill & Sons Whale Watch leaves from behind Captain Carlo’s Seafood Market & Restaurant.