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180 W e l l e s l e y W e s t o n M a g a z i n e | s u m m e r 2 0 1 4 ask most Bay Staters to describe their ideal summer day, and chances are it involves water. Whether your vessel of choice is a historic schooner, a luxurious yacht, or a snarling speedboat, you'll find it floating around Boston and its waterways. Read on for a dozen ways to spend your day on the water. The Codzilla Screaming is expected — and encouraged — on board the high-speed Codzilla. Traveling around Boston Harbor at speeds of up to 40 miles per hour, the 70-foot, 135-passenger boat boasts twin turbo-charged 2,800-horsepower engines — and we're not talking about sea- horses. Departing from Boston's Long Wharf, the Codzilla carries thrill-seekers around the harbor, making 360-degree turns and spine-tingling spins along the way. Passengers are blasted with a soundtrack of high-energy music (think AC/DC, Bobby Darin) and a fun show scripted by Hollywood screenwriters via marine-grade speakers. You might be soaked journeys bon voyage trekking getaways escapes travel near and far Float On A dozen ways to have fun on the water around Boston E R I C A J A C K S O N C U R R A N writer excursions Boston Harbor Cruises C O U R T E S Y O F B O S T O N H A R B O R C R U I S E S 180-186_WWMb14_excursions_boating_v3_WellesleyWeston Magazine 4/25/14 12:36 PM Page 180