Massachusetts is located in the northeastern part of the United Stated, and the region stretches from the tip of the Cape Cod in the Atlantic Ocean across to the Berkshire Hills on the border of New York State.
As it is bordered by all sides, the outdoor fun offered by Massachusetts encompasses everything from hiking, skiing and water rafting in the Berkshires to strolling the downtown streets and ethnic enclaves of Boston to hopping aboard a whale-watching vessel in Gloucester or Provincetown.
Massachusetts is a place dotted with ocean views and the mountain tops that are short drive away. Contrasts are found everywhere, from the sophisticated Boston to the numerous unspoiled beaches, the rolling hills, charming islands and the quaint villages.
Massachusetts is a popular yacht charter destination in this part of the Eastern American coast and attracts visitors all year round. Massachusetts experiences a quite mild climate; with a fall where the leaves turn to a blazing tapestry of colors, sunny winters with occasional snow adding sparkle to the landscape, springs dotted with a riot of daffodils and where the summers are warm and perfect for long days at the beach.
During a yacht charter cruise in Massachusetts, you will be spoiled by the large number of activities and places. However, there is a lot more than the famous landmark sights in the old state of Massachusetts.
You will have the opportunity to visit Boston and the neighboring Cambridge blossomed into spirited college towns, Provincetown with its gay-extravaganza whirl and whale watching which is another major attraction followed by sightseers on whale watching and yacht charter cruisers.
Then you can move further afield to Berkshires and enjoy the dunes and beaches of the famous Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard.
Massachusetts is located in the heart of one of the World’s finest cruising grounds and is a perfect getaway spot to visit further interesting destinations. During a yacht charter trip along the coasts of Massachusetts, you will find dozens of harbors and coves and among them you will find the World’s famous destinations of Nantucket, Martha’s Vineyard, Newport, Block Island and Mystic Seaport.
The farthest point, Nantucket, is approximately 80 nautical miles from Bristol. To get there you will pass through Vineyard Sound which affords exceptional stopovers along the way including Cuttyhunk and Tarpaulin Cove.