Use the written directions for the most up to date information! Temporary street construction changes may not be shown on this map!
Taxi – The quickest way to get to us. Simply ask the taxi driver who picks you up at your terminal to take you to World Trade Center, lower level, on Seaport Blvd. You will be taken on a quick five to ten-minute ride (when traffic is good), or, a significantly slower 45 minute ride (if traffic is just terrible) through Boston’s new Ted Williams tunnel directly to our pier at World Trade Center. Our ships depart from the EAST side (the right side as you face the harbor) of the pier. The cab fare is approximately $22 without gratuity.
Silver Line – An MBTA articulated bus makes the rounds of all airport terminals every 15 minutes for an eight-minute trip through a dedicated tunnel to the World Trade Center stop, one block inland from our dock. Fares are approximately $2.50 per passenger. Total time from your airport terminal curb to our dock, once aboard the bus, is approximately 14 minutes.
Water Taxi/BUS – An airport water transportation bus, clearly marked “Water Transportation”, circles all of the airport’s terminals. The water taxi service has changed for 2023. City Experiences Water Taxi is now calling themselves a “water bus” and does not operate on demand, but, instead only on a fixed schedule. Their departures from the airport are now limited and depart Logan, to our dock, only at 8:30am, 10:40am, 12:40pm, 2:40pm, and 4:40pm. Trip times across the harbor to our Seaport dock are roughly 10 minutes. Prior to boarding the water taxi/bus, it will be important for you to tell the Water Taxi operator that you’ve purchased tickets from us, at THE WORLD TRADE CENTER. That will ensure that you end up at the right place as there is more than one ferry company in Boston. Rates for the Water Bus are $15 per person.
Subway’s Silver Line – The World Trade Center stop of the Silver Line is a four-minute subway ride from Boston’s travel hub, South Station. Departures are less than every five minutes. Hours of operation are from 5:30 AM to midnight daily.
Walking – The World Trade Center is an 18 – 20 minute walk from South Station (please see map).
Taxi – Cabs can be taken for approximately $12 for a convenient drop-off at the foot of the pier at the World Trade Center.
Silver Line – Take the subway to South Station and transfer to the Silver Line (the Silver Line also travels through the Back Bay). The Silver Line departures are less than every five minutes to the World Trade Center stop, the location of our dock. The trip from South Station to World Trade Center takes only four minutes. Our ships depart from the EAST side of the World Trade Center (the right side of the World Trade Center as you face the harbor).
The Silver Line stop is less than 100 yards from our pier. To get to us from the station, please take the New Congress Street street-level exit. Proceed to the crosswalk to the right of the station’s exit doors. Take a left across the crosswalk, one short block to our pier at the World Trade Center (the Seaport Hotel blocks one’s view of our vessels, just across the street from the Silver Line Station).
Our pier is conveniently located at the World Trade Center on Seaport Blvd. OUR VESSELS TIE UP TO THE EAST SIDE OF THE WORLD TRADE CENTER; that’s the side not facing the City Skyline, but, rather Boston’s Fish Pier.
Driving from the North – Take I-93 (central artery) South to exit 16B, the Purchase Street and South Station exit. At the top of the ramp, just outside of the tunnel exit, take a left onto Seaport Blvd. Our dock, World Trade Center, is .6 miles down the road on the left. We are on the right (East) side of the World Trade Center Pier as you face the harbor.
Driving from the West – Take the Mass Pike, I-90, East. Follow signs for “Logan Airport and South Boston”. This will take you through a new tunnel to the South Boston waterfront, where we are located. Take exit 25, marked “South Boston”. Bear left at exit onto East Service Road. This will take you one block to Seaport Boulevard. Once you are at the corner of Seaport Blvd, you will be looking at the West side of the World Trade Center. Our ships are tied up to the EAST side of that same building (the right side of the World Trade Center as you face the harbor).
Driving from the South – Take I 93 North to exit 16. Follow the signs to Logan Airport and South Boston. This will take you through a new tunnel to the South Boston waterfront, where we are located. Once in the tunnel, follow the signs to the South Boston exit. At the end of the South Boston exit ramp, head straight one block to Seaport Boulevard. Once you are at the corner of Seaport Blvd, you will be looking at the West side of the World Trade Center. Our ships are tied up to the EAST side of that same building (the right side of the World Trade Center as you face the harbor).
Parking – Seaport Parking Lots $27 – $36 per car per day with overnight rates costing more (sometimes more, sometimes a little less). Underground parking is available at the Seaport Hotel, directly across the street from our docks and ticket office with rates of $35 for any car parking there between 12 and 24 hours. One block inland is the the new and very large South Boston Waterfront Parking Center for slightly less money.
Parking lots and garages are not owned or run by Bay State Cruises and we have no control over the rates and policies of the owners or managers of the lots and garages. We offer this price information in hopes of aiding passengers with their travel plans but have no influence over the parking businesses’ rates, policies, or the frequency with which either may change.
For more detailed area parking information, please click this third party line for the most up-to-date parking prices and location in the area bestparking.com, and input the “Seaport District” into the area you wish to search.
Our Ticket Office is located in the Chamber of Commerce office on the west side of Lopes Square, just across the parking lot from MacMillan Pier and Fishermen’s Wharf.
Walking and Bicycling – Provincetown is a village, walking and bicycling are the preferred transportation. We will be happy to transport your own bicycle or you may rent one in Provincetown. There are miles and miles of bicycle paths through the dunes in the National Seashore.
By Taxi– Taxis are plentiful in Provincetown and are usually “hailed” by phone.
ph. 508-487-2222 Cape Cab
ph. 508-487-0111 Funkmobile Karaoke Taxi
ph. 508-487-3333 Mercedes Cab
ph. 508-487-8294 Provincetown Taxi
By Automobile: Parking is available in Provincetown’s Municipal Parking Lot at the foot of the piers. Rental cars are available at Provincetown Airport, a short taxi ride from downtown.