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May 3, 2013 - On the water in Massachusetts

A state in the the New England Region and ranked sixth in the nation’s highest GSP per capita, Massachusetts is rich in culture, history and one of the top five per capita personal income state. Northern border of Massachusetts is Vermont and New Hampshire, while the west is New York, Connecticut and rhode Island sits on the south and in the east is the Atlantic Ocean. The is home to 4,230 miles of river surrounded by dense forest, historical sites and colonial architecture, to enjoy the beauty of Massachusetts and Boston is by cruise.

Massachusetts river cruises give charter bus visitors the opportunity to explore the area’s scenic beauty, while learning about its history. Explore Massachusetts’ rivers with a bus, coach bus, party bus, mini bus, passenger coach or school bus charter from Bus Charter Boston.

One of the most popular choices amongst visitors is the laid back excursion of Cape Ann’s River Cruise located in Gloucester. Home to the nation’s oldest seaport, get on board the pontoon boat “Anni” and the will journey through several top attractions such as the mark of early 1800 settlement, Annisquam Harbor Light House, ipswich Bay and riverfront home and cottages.

For a tour of Boston’s Inner Harbour, the Charles River and Locks Sightseeing Cruise provides a 90-minutes narrated tour and the water tours has been operating since 1926 by the Boston Harbor Cruise Company. Visitors will be led to a picturesque views of Boston and Cambridge while journeying through notable sites and attractions such as the USS Constitution, Bunker Hill Monumnet, Harvard, M.I.T, Old North Church and Beacon Hill.

Essex River Cruise and Charters offers charter bus visitors several narrated tours of the Essex River and a range of sites that have been immortalized in Hollywood films. The tours take place in Essex, a coastal city located 26-miles north of Boston and travel a tidal estuary, which flanks the Atlantic Ocean. The 1.5-hour cruise is the company’s most extensive excursion.

The cruise takes charter bus guests along a sprawling route that provides glimpses of a number of attractions, such as the Ship Building Museum, Cross Islands and a saltwater marsh. The tour also travels past several sites that have been featured in Hollywood movies, including Woodman’s Restaurant from the film “Grown-Ups”; Crane Beach from “the Witches of Eastwick”; and Castle Hill from the “Thomas Crown Affair.”

Cruise down the rivers in Massachusetts when you visit the state with a charter bus from Charter Bus Boston. Charter Bus Boston provides you with fully equipped charter buses that will suit any charter bus group transport need.