Thrill Boat Ride
The mythical beast CODZILLA awaits thriller seekers in the historic Boston Harbor. Here, you will experience the excitement of making high-speed runs as music assails the air. Powerful diesel engines will take you on an adventurous journey if you dare.
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Thrill Boat Ride
CODZILLA has two turbocharged diesel engines that crank out 2,800 horsepower and propel the specially designed vessel up to 40 miles per hour. In addition to its awesome speed, the unique hull design enables CODZILLA to perform thrilling 360 degree maneuvers as it swerves and curves around the harbor. The 40-minute “water coaster” ride includes a Hollywood-style professionally scripted show choreographed to music from a variety of artists played through a high-tech, 30-speaker marine grade sound system. You will also hear the chilling tale of how the ferocious leviathan CODZILLA migrated to Boston.
Feel the wind in your hair and the spray on your face as you enjoy this sensational, one-of-a-kind cruise around Boston Harbor. CODZILLA makes landfall at the Long Wharf approximately one block from Faneuil Hall. The boat accommodates 135 passengers, so it is important that you make a reservation for an eTicket to assure a space on the next full blast, spectacular, high-speed CODZILLA Thrill Boat Ride.
- Boston’s first and only high-speed thrill boat ride
- Codzilla is capable of thrilling 360-degree turns
- Equipped with a state of the art sound system
- Seats 135 people
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- Please note that pricing and availability are subject to change based on seasonality, inventory and overall demand. Rates for individual dates/times may vary due to the above factors.
- Rates and schedules are subject to change and an additional 5% Boston Sightseeing Tour Surcharge.
- Tickets are non-refundable.
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