HarborWalk - Charlestown 34 Charles River Ave, Charlestown, MA02129 Running a total of 46.9 miles long, the Boston Harbor Walk follows the Boston Harbor and edge of many piers. The walkway…More is ideal for jogging, biking and skating and offers a magnificent view of the historic USS Constitution. Benches are available for sitting breaks, leashed dogs are allowed and a large boat dock is stationed along the way and crowded with different types of boats.
Super Duck Tours 100 Terminal St, Charlestown, MA02129 These buses take customers through a tour of Boston's historic streets and neighborhoods before transforming into a boat…More that dives into the Boston Harbor for a tour of the cities outlying waters. Tours last 90 minutes and include commentary and fun information from the driver/tour guide.
HarborWalk - Scrafft Center 52 Roland St, Charlestown, MA02129 Adjacent to the Schrafft Center, the Harbor Walk offers a beautiful view of Charlestown's Mystic River and a point from…More where visitors can watch the loading of tankers and cargo ships at the working port. Benches and picnic tables are scattered around the walkway which also makes for the perfect place for a dog walk or bike ride. Docks are available for boating and fishermen can enjoy the view whilst reeling in dinner.
Steve's Shop 100 Terminal St, Charlestown, MA02129 Steve Gagnon has been in the repair business for the past 30 years, seven of them with Steve's Shop in Charlestown. The…More business services diesel engines and is an authorized service center for John Deere Marine, Northern Lights Generators, Lugger Marine Propulsion, Yanmar Marine Engines and Kohler Marine Generators. When it comes to welding and fabricating, the shop works with all aluminum alloys, stainless steel and aluminum boat repairs. Walk-ins are welcome, but Gagnon said it's best to give him a call before dropping by. Steve's Shop is located in the Boston Autoport, a fenced-off location with security guards.