Boston Duck Tours by Land & Sea

Boston Duck Tours is a great way to begin a visit in Boston. Groups receive a great overview of the city, an introduction to the many unique neighborhoods and a splash into the Charles River for a breathtaking view of the Boston and Cambridge skylines. The basis for these amphibious vehicles was developed during World War II out of the need to unload cargo and men onto places without docks. These vehicles were so successful that they unloaded 40% of all supplies into Normandy in the first four months, as well as in other crucial operations by the Allies. Today, groups ride around in replica DUKW around Boston, with one original saved especially for parades.

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Hrs: Weekdays 9AM-5PM, Sat. 9AM-6PM, Sun. 9AM-12AM.

Boat Excursion Lesson Plan

FUN FACTS

Did you know a boat can be built out of concrete and it will still float? As long as the boat is lighter than the water it displaces, it will stay above water. And what makes a boat move through the water? Throughout history, boats have been powered by wind, propellers, oars, motors, paddles, and ocean and river currents. Sailboats, which have been around for 5,000 years, can reach speeds of over 47 knots (about 54 mph) from wind power alone!

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Boston Duck Tours by Land & Sea

Boston Duck Tours is a great way to begin a visit in Boston. Groups receive a great overview of the city, an introduction to the many unique neighborhoods and a splash into the Charles River for a breathtaking view of the Boston and Cambridge skylines. The basis for these amphibious vehicles was developed during World War II out of the need to unload cargo and men onto places without docks. These vehicles were so successful that they unloaded 40% of all supplies into Normandy in the first four months, as well as in other crucial operations by the Allies. Today, groups ride around in replica DUKW around Boston, with one original saved especially for parades.

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Hrs: Weekdays 9AM-5PM, Sat. 9AM-6PM, Sun. 9AM-12AM.

Boat Excursion Lesson Plan

FUN FACTS

Did you know a boat can be built out of concrete and it will still float? As long as the boat is lighter than the water it displaces, it will stay above water. And what makes a boat move through the water? Throughout history, boats have been powered by wind, propellers, oars, motors, paddles, and ocean and river currents. Sailboats, which have been around for 5,000 years, can reach speeds of over 47 knots (about 54 mph) from wind power alone!

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Boston Duck Tours by Land & Sea

Boston Duck Tours is a great way to begin a visit in Boston. Groups receive a great overview of the city, an introduction to the many unique neighborhoods and a splash into the Charles River for a breathtaking view of the Boston and Cambridge skylines. The basis for these amphibious vehicles was developed during World War II out of the need to unload cargo and men onto places without docks. These vehicles were so successful that they unloaded 40% of all supplies into Normandy in the first four months, as well as in other crucial operations by the Allies. Today, groups ride around in replica DUKW around Boston, with one original saved especially for parades.

contact info

Hrs: Weekdays 9AM-5PM, Sat. 9AM-6PM, Sun. 9AM-12AM.

Boat Excursion Lesson Plan

FUN FACTS

Did you know a boat can be built out of concrete and it will still float? As long as the boat is lighter than the water it displaces, it will stay above water. And what makes a boat move through the water? Throughout history, boats have been powered by wind, propellers, oars, motors, paddles, and ocean and river currents. Sailboats, which have been around for 5,000 years, can reach speeds of over 47 knots (about 54 mph) from wind power alone!

View Lesson Plan>>

Boston Duck Tours by Land & Sea

Boston Duck Tours is a great way to begin a visit in Boston. Groups receive a great overview of the city, an introduction to the many unique neighborhoods and a splash into the Charles River for a breathtaking view of the Boston and Cambridge skylines. The basis for these amphibious vehicles was developed during World War II out of the need to unload cargo and men onto places without docks. These vehicles were so successful that they unloaded 40% of all supplies into Normandy in the first four months, as well as in other crucial operations by the Allies. Today, groups ride around in replica DUKW around Boston, with one original saved especially for parades.

contact info

Hrs: Weekdays 9AM-5PM, Sat. 9AM-6PM, Sun. 9AM-12AM.

Boat Excursion Lesson Plan

FUN FACTS

Did you know a boat can be built out of concrete and it will still float? As long as the boat is lighter than the water it displaces, it will stay above water. And what makes a boat move through the water? Throughout history, boats have been powered by wind, propellers, oars, motors, paddles, and ocean and river currents. Sailboats, which have been around for 5,000 years, can reach speeds of over 47 knots (about 54 mph) from wind power alone!

View Lesson Plan>>

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