Step aboard classic 1920s-style Yacht
Northern Lights decked out for St. Patrick's Day on this 2-hour cruise around Boston Harbor. Enjoy a traditional, 3-course Irish breakfast including bacon rashers, black pudding, sausage, and more from the freshly prepared brunch buffet. This cruise is a great way to kick start any St. Patrick's Day. Grab a Guinness or Irish coffee from the bar and settle into the spacious and heated main observation cabin. Relax and enjoy the sites around Boston Harbor and surrounding waterfront neighborhoods.
Plan to arrive at the meeting point 15-30 minutes prior to the scheduled departure time to check-in at the ticket booth and obtain boarding passes. Once onboard, grab a Guinness or Irish coffee from the bar and settle into the spacious, heated main observation cabin. As the boat cruises around the Harbor enjoy a 3-course freshly prepared brunch buffet with many Irish favorites. Brunch features include:First CourseAssorted Breakfast PastriesFreshly Cut Assorted FruitIrish Flag Salad (Spinach / pears / goat cheese / toasted almonds / orange supremes)Yogurt and Granola ParfaitsSecond CourseRoasted Potato Homefries / fresh herbsCorned Beef Hash with Poached EggsBrined and Cooked in House / Yukon gold potatoesIrish Bacon Rashers and Irish Sausages with GravyQuiche with Caramelized Onions and Irish CheddarTraditional Irish Soda BreadThird CourseChocolate Guinness Cake with Baileys ButtercreamLemon SquaresPlease contact us in advance to inform us of any food allergies. Please note we cannot accommodate all food allergies, but we will do our best if given advance notice. Notable sites include:
See historic sites along the harbor such as: the harbor islands (Castle Island, Deer Island, Spectacle Island, Long Island, Lovells Island, Georges Island) Independence Fort, Fort Warren, Bunker Hill Monument, USS Cassin Young, USS Constitution, Old North Church, Boston’s Seaport District with historic Fishing Markets, & Boston’s incredible SkylineBoston Light (America’s oldest lighthouse – weather & sea’s permitting) & Long Island Head Light (one of the first cast iron light houses)Keep an eye out for some of our harbor porpoises (early spring), harbor seals (early spring and fall), cormorants, ospreys, egrets, blue herons, oystercatchers, and other wildlife.