Friday, May 29, 2009

Mahi Mahi Cruises of Salem Harbor

Okay, so the weather right now isn't lookin' too hot for harbor cruising. But it's going to get better. It's going to get better TOMORROW, in fact! So, why not check out Mahi Mahi Cruises in Salem? The crew would love to have you, your friends, neighbors, family, business associates...
Mahi Mahi offers a number of cruising options at all times during the day - check these out at
  • Daily Narrated and Non-Narrated Sightseeing
  • Harbor Cruises
  • Lunch, Cocktail and Sunset Cruises
  • Father's Day, 4th of July Fireworks, Beer Sampling and other Special Cruises.
  • Private Charters for birthdays, graduations, weddings, business functions and more.
There's plenty of parking at Salem Willows, so don't fret about that (some of the spots are metered, so pack a few quarters, just to be safe).
I'm a firm believer that the best way to see any coastal community is from the water - it's completely different then driving along our highways and byways. As beautiful as scenic Route 127 is from Beverly to Rockport, you really can't see the private mansions from the road. Guess what? You can see them from the water!!
So, check out Mahi Mahi Cruses and get out on the water!


Kasey said...

Mahi Cruises is a great way to experience the beauty of the North Shore. I cant imagine anyone walking away disapointed. It is a must see/do if you are around the area!!

Unknown said...

In addition to exploring the picturesque waterways of Boston's North Shore, Mahi Mahi sets itself apart because of the fun-loving crew and environment aboard the ship! Its a must-do if you're in the North Shore area...

Anonymous said...

Mhmmmm, good! Traveled lightly on the waves of Northshore’s scenic harbors. The boat was close to capacity the evening I sailed, but I felt comfortable among my friends. I relaxed as I saw the aurora Marblehead travel below the horizon and finally sat peaceful after eating two hamburgers and a tasty sausage from the chefs. When I asked for an extra lime in my G&T, “No problem” was the response. Great times. Clean and refreshing.