Rhode Island sightseeing boat charters reveal lovely maritime views
Sightseeing from a boat in Rhode Island will open your eyes to magnificent views, from lighthouses to sea birds.
Multiple Centers & Dock Locations
Providence, Newport, Westerly, RI and Fall River, MA
Cruise, learn, and relax on Narragansett Bay
Save The Bay offers scenic charters, cruises and tours of beautiful Narragansett Bay on its two education vessels, each carrying up to 40 passengers. All are U.S. Coast Guard-certified and are available for corporate retreats, family reunions, and outings on the water. In the summer and fall, three different narrated Lighthouse Cruises offer half-day and full-day tours that visit Rhode Island’s historic lighthouse sites with breathtaking views of Pell Bridget, Gaspee Point, and historic Fort Adams, among others. Winter Seal Tours give visitors 360º views of visiting harbor seals – Rhode Island’s state marine mammal – in the natural habitat. Private charters are the perfect way to discover pristine Prudence Island and other beautiful spots inside the Bay, learn about water quality, catch plankton to observe on a projector, and help pull in a fish trawl during a science excursion – a perfect trip for anyone interested in the marine environment – no matter what their age.
Boat tours depart from Newport, Westerly, Providence RI and Fall River, MA.
One East Ferry Wharf
Jamestown, RI, 02835
Immerse your guests in New England beauty on a chartered ferry ride
Your on-the-water party or business event will create long and pleasurable memories in your guests’ minds and photo collections when you take them on a chartered cruise on the Jamestown Newport Ferry. Few on-the-move gatherings – for a business meeting, company outing, wedding, reunions anniversary or birthday -- could outrank the beautiful sights your guests will enjoy as they motor from Jamestown to Newport. A classic lighthouse on an island, majestic bridges, wharves and steepled churches and plump islands are among the New England images the ferry routinely passes. Two vessels, the Jamestown, a 34-passenger boat, and and Katherine, a 46-passenger Down East style vessel, may be chartered. Both have full liquor licenses, and the ferry company can help arrange food service.