The only thing better than taking to the water on a warm summer evening is sipping your favorite cocktail at the same time. Booze cruises afford guests the best of both worlds. Check out these Massachusetts booze cruises and see which one—or two—you want to experience before summer is over!
Enjoy a booze cruise at Boston Harbor City Cruises, and take in a panoramic view of Boston as you sail away. Enjoy beer, wine, and delicious food. The interior decks are climate controlled. Some cruises feature a DJ and dancing.
Drink refreshing cocktails or eat some dinner—or both—as a guest on one of Captain’s Fishing Parties and Cruises. Leave from beautiful Plum Island and tour the nearby coastline or take a cruise on the Merrimack River. Check out the website for firework cruises, too.
Departing from Boston’s Rowe’s Wharf, enjoy a booze cruise with Boatonian. Their cruises are themed and those themes include Throwback Thursdays, Country Saturdays and Hip Hop Fridays. Pick the cruise with the style of dance music you love and get ready to get down and have a great time.
Whether you’re interested in a music cruise, a sunset cruise, or a cocktail cruise, you’ll enjoy beer, wine and other drinks as you see lighthouses, yachts, and estates bordering Salem Sound. A full bar is available on all cruises.
The music cruises at Bay State Cruise Company feature a DJ, dancing, and plenty of booze. Held on Friday evenings, board an hour ahead of cruise time and get the party started.
The Pilgrim Belle at Captain John Boats features both sunset and sightseeing cruises, with snacks and a full bar available. Enjoy a glass of wine and toast the end of a beautiful Massachusetts day.
Sunset cruises, dance party cruises, and firework cruises on the Massachusetts Bay Lines means plenty of booze on board. Book your reservations in advance as these booze cruises tend to sell out quickly. Thirsty Thursdays include featured brewery ails, as well as a full bar.
Live music lends itself to the Newburyport BluesCruise. Enjoy cruising up and down the nearby Merrimack River following a tour of Newburyport’s beautiful harbor. Check the website for dates and times, but rest assured, there will be plenty of booze on board.