Georges Island ferry port in United States connects you with Boston in United States with a choice of up to 28 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Georges Island to Boston crossing is from 45 minutes and the crossing is operated by Boston Harbor Cruises.
What ferry routes depart from Georges Island?
Situated just across from Boston Harbour, Georges Island is one of the islands laying just off the west coast of the USA. The only ferry route departing from Georges Island is to Boston, departing around three times per day and lasting just less than an hour.
What is there to do on Georges Island?
Georges Island is primarily used as a peaceful escape from the vibrant city of Boston, with beautiful national parks covering much of the area. It is worth noting that the island is only open to the public from May to October, with ranger tours on offer to fully explore all areas worth visiting. The waters surrounding the national park are ideal for boating and fishing, especially in the summer months when it’s the perfect conditions for fishing.
Many flock to the island’s national parks for the highly regarded camping facilities and alluring hiking trails. The stunning scenery and challenging walks makes it a hiker’s dream, and for those that prefer a more serene way to keep fit, yoga classes are available in many of the recreational parks.
How to get around Georges Island
Due to the small size of the island, there is no airport so the ferry port is the only viable way to enter the shores. It is possible to walk the entirety of the island in less than a day, so by foot is the best way to reach the ferry terminal.
Georges Island Ferry Terminal, Boston, MA
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