Logan International Airport, on MA 1A in East Boston, is served by major US and foreign airlines, and has full services including currency-exchange booths. It has four terminals that are connected by the frequent sh…
The MBTA offers boat transport between Logan Airport and Long Wharf on its Cross Harbor Ferry (also known by its route number, F2H). Prices are about 20% cheaper than for private water taxis, though service is less …
Serves Rowes Wharf near the Boston Harbor Hotel, the Moakley Federal Courthouse on the Fort Point Channel and the World Trade Center in the Seaport District. Taxis also go to the North End and Charlestown for a high…
A commuter service between Boston Central Wharf and Salem. The boat docks in Salem, leaving early enough so commuters are in Boston before 8am on weekdays. Check the time of the last return to Boston.
For intercity travel, Boston has a modern, indoor, user-friendly bus station, conveniently adjacent to the South Station train station and easily accessible from the red line T stop.
Boston Harbor Cruises operate ferries between Boston and Provincetown (90 minutes). The schedule varies throughout the season, but it runs three times a day during peak periods.
Water-taxi service from Long Wharf to the North End, Seaport District, Charlestown Navy Yard, Logan International Airport and other waterfront destinations.
The MBTA runs the Inner Harbor Ferry every 15 to 30 minutes between the Charlestown Navy Yard and Long Wharf on the Boston waterfront.
Convenient for cycling along the Charles River. Rentals are three-speed commuter bikes – nothing fancy, but solid for city riding.
Bay State Cruise Company operates ferries between Boston and Provincetown. The 90-minute trip runs three times a day.