Boston Fall Foliage – Sunday Sights and Sounds Brunch – Linger Through the Locks with Lox
Join us for a delicious Sunday brunch as we linger through the locks of the Charles River Dam. The Charles River Dam is a flood control structure on the Charles River located just downstream from the award-winning Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge, the widest cable-stayed bridge in the world near Lovejoy Wharf. Built in 1978, the Charles River Dam is made up of three individual locks, with one lock being slightly wider than the other two locks in order to accommodate the occasional passing of a larger vessel through the structure.
As soon as our boat has been piled high with delectable provisions, guests will be welcomed aboard, and we will set off on our adventure! Along with spectacular and up-close views of the Charles River, guests will also be treated to a delicious brunch featuring lox (of course) and a variety of other tasty brunch items. (Menu may vary slightly based upon availability).
Because dock assignments regularly change and we would not want any of our guests to literally “miss the boat” as it departs from the dock, we ask that all guests arrive and check in with a Classic Yacht Charter staff member at Liberty Wharf on or before 11:30 a.m. Our staff will escort all guests to the dock, providing assistance as needed with the boarding process.
To ensure the best possible experience for all on board, space is limited, and these charters sell out quickly. To make reservations or learn how you can reserve a private charter similar to experience offered on this public charter, please call Anita today at (617) 622-3421.