Climb aboard a unique amphibious vehicle and discover Boston from a different perspective. The World War II-style “Duck” travels on land and water…
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We had a great tour guide. He really made it more interesting not that it wasn't to begin with but his enthusiasm made all the difference. His guide name was W.T. Filibuster and was very informative and fun. We were told all kinds of historic facts all while riding through the great historic city of Boston. Myself and my girlfriend loved it and would definitely think about booking again.
The combo land/water overview of Boston was excellent! Ray Beez, our guide was the best guide ever. His comedic timing was impeccable, always provided fascinating (and funny) stories about each site which made the tour fly by and he got everyone happily involved. He should get a raise and be promoted because he is exceptional and could be hired anywhere. I would recommend this to anyone and all other guides should be trained by Ray.
It was the first time my husband had been on the tour and my second time. Both of us enjoyed it immensely! A lot of interesting information and some funny stories from our guide. A beautiful day in Boston!
The tour guide, I forget his name, was awesome!! Great personality, big guy with puple beard. He made my son's day by letting him drive the duck boat while on the Charles River, the day before his birthday. Awesome tour, Awesome Guide, and great driver. My son had a great tour, which is great because he wanted to do this tour and it really made his day!!
Our Mad Hatter tour guide was one of the best I have ever experienced. Amazingly informative, including "insider" perspectives and details that one normally, I am quite certain, would not come across. She was very interactive, engaging group conversations and good-hearted bantering with passengers. Had us all laughing and "bonding." Her grasp of historical details included relevance points which were, in some cases, stunning. The experience of going down the ramp and into the Boston Bay (?) for views and other details of history was worth the price, alone.