Liberty Fleet of Tall Ships Boston

4th of July
Boston HarborFest Events

Celebrate America's Independence Day in the city considered to be the "birthplace of the Revolution"!  Complete your tour of Boston's rich history with a harbor sail on an authentic tall ship sailing Boston Harbor. Throughout the week leading up to the 4th of July, we will be including a few extra specialty sails, including a Kid's sail on July 3rd and rounding out the celebrations with our fantastic Fireworks Cruise! Check out our schedule and book a sail below!

Boston HarborFest Week: Saturday, June 27 - Sunday, July 5th, 2015

In addition to our regular day sail schedule, we will be adding the following sails for this week:

July 2nd:  Liberty Kids Sail, 10:00 - 11:30 AM
Adults: $40
Children: $10 (one per adult, max two)

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  Rum & Revelry Sail, 8:30 - 10:00 PM 
Adults: $35 (21+ only)

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July 3rd: Morning Harbor Sail, 10:00 - 11:30 AM
Adults: $40
Children: $24

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  Rum & Revelry Sail, 8:30 - 10:00 PM
Adults: $35 (21+ only)

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July 4th: Fireworks Sail, Liberty Clipper, 9:00 - 11:30 PM
All Tickets: $125

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  Fireworks Sail, Liberty Star, 9:00 - 11:30 PM
All Tickets: $125

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Liberty Kids' Sail

Boston Harborfest Liberty KidsJoin the Liberty Clipper for an exciting sail around Boston Harbor on our Kids' Sail!  Get everyone together to help hoist the sails and even ask the captain for a turn at the helm on board a real tall ship!  Kids sail at a discounted price of $10.  One child per full price adult ticket, maximum two children per adult.

 

Boston July 4th Tall Ship Fireworks

Boston Harborfest July 4th Fireworks SailSet sail on Boston's Tall Ships for a July 4th celebration! We will set sail in Boston Harbor and enjoy a BBQ dinner while enjoying the Boston Pop's simulcast over the ships Bose System. The BBQ consists of hamburgers and hot-dogs prepared by the Silent Chef. We offer a cash bar on the ship with bottled water, sodas and adult beverages.  Guests on the Liberty Star will enjoy a boxed dinner also provided by the Silent Chef.  After a short sail, we will strike sail to view the fireworks. Our ships are too large to enter the Charles River where the fireworks are launched, so we will attempt to position the ship outside the Charles River for a partially obstructed view. Weather can have an impact on view of the fireworks.

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