Hyannisport Harbor Cruise

Admission included

The Scudder Family began operating Harbor Cruises from the Ocean Street Dock in Hyannis. Come celebrate the 54th season cruising Hyannis Harbor! You’ll be welcomed aboard Jonathan Lewis as you set sail to sightsee!

Learn about the history of Hyannis and local area landmarks on your way to view the historic Kennedy Compound in Hyannisport. Points of interest include Great Island, the Kennedy Memorial, Egg Island, St. Andrews by-the-Sea, Squaw Island, and Point Gammon Light.

Hours

May 13–October 22 - 6-8 departures daily.

Closings

October 23 – mid-May. Call for Holiday hours.

Getting In

Please present your pass at the ticket office window. It will be validated, and returned with a boarding pass for the Harbor Cruise.

The Go Boston pass is valid only for the one hour narrated sightseeing cruises and not specialty cruises.

Address

138 Ocean Street
Hyannis, MA
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Driving Directions

Hy-Line Ferry terminal is approximately 1-1/2 hours from Boston, depending on traffic. Follow Rte 3 (Southeast Expressway) to 'flyover' the Sagamore Bridge onto Rte 6, to exit 6 (Rte 132 into Hyannis). At Airport Rotary, take the second right onto Barnstable Rd. After third light (at Main St), Barnstable Rd becomes Ocean Street. Straight through next light (at South St), continue 100 feet and look to the left for Hy-Line Sightseeing parking lot.