Go boating

The Harborwalk passes several community boating centers and public launch ramps, which provide opportunities to sail, canoe or kayak. Whether you are a beginner seeking lessons or an expert looking to get offshore, these facilities offer many ways to experience Boston Harbor by boat.

Downtown/North End

  • Rowes Wharf / Boston Harbor Hotel
  • Lewis Wharf / Pilot House / Sargent's Wharf
    A Louisiana Riverboat berthed at the end of Lewis Wharf is the unusual home of the Boston Sailing Center. Check the Events page for their free sailing days, or visit the website for more information about this popular sailing school and club.
  • Commercial Wharf
  • India Wharf / Harbor Towers
  • Burroughs Wharf
  • East Boston

  • Piers Park
    The Piers Park Sailing Center offers affordable sailing on Boston Harbor in a community setting for youth and adults. Visit the Piers Park Sailing Center website at www.piersparksailing.org for more information.
  • Hyatt Harborside Hotel
  • Dorchester

  • Neponset II Park
  • UMass Boston / Arts on the Point
  • Malibu Beach / Savin Hill Beach
    Public access boat launch on Morrissey Boulevard just north of the drawbridge.
  • Charlestown

  • Boston National Historic Park / Charlestown Navy Yard
    The Courageous Sailing Center offers a variety of sailing programs for all ages at affordable prices.
  • Pier 4
  • Schrafft Center
  • Shipyard Park
  • Fort Point Channel

  • Fort Point HarborWalk and Parks

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