David & Linda Aksomitis with the duck boat amphibious vehicle in Boston.

David & Linda Aksomitis with the duck boat amphibious vehicle in Boston.

What’s Boston Harbor most well known for? The Boston tea party  of course!

That day–December 16, 1773– more than 100 colonists dumped 90,000 pounds of tea into the Massachusetts Bay. It took them nearly three hours to finish the splash.

However, today it’s the super duck boat amphibious vehicle that’s making a big splash in Boston’s harbor. Our Super Duck tour was one of our favorite parts of our visit to Boston.

When you plan your Boston visit, I recommend you add in time for the Boston Harbor. You’ll see such landmarks as: the Old North Church, Bunker Hill Monument, and the USS Constitution.

 

Splashing into the Boston Harbor on the Super Duck Tour.

Splashing into the Boston Harbor on the Super Duck Tour.


 
The Constitution docked in Boston Harbor.

The Constitution docked in Boston Harbor.


 
City of Boston viewed from the Boston Harbor.

City of Boston viewed from the Boston Harbor.


 
Shoreline of Boston Harbor.

Shoreline of Boston Harbor.


 
Boston from the Boston Harbor.

Boston from the Boston Harbor.

 

Enjoy this video — Boston Harbor — Summer on the waterfront — from YouTube:
 


 
 

Take the Super Duck Boston Harbor Tour

We took the Super Duck tour with Boston Super Tours – http://bostonsupertours.com/super-duck-tours/

 

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