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marks like the Statehouse, TD Garden, the Holocaust Memorial, and Trinity Church. Once all of the significant sites have been checked off the list — all 36 of them — the lively ConDUCKtor steers down into the Charles River to give riders an incomparable view of the city skyline. $34.99 / adults • $28.99 / seniors, students, military • $23.99 / children 3-11 • $10.50 / children under 3 617.267.3825 • www.bostonducktours.com The Odyssey and the Spirit of Boston While we can't all have private yachts, anyone can cruise the harbor in luxury on board some of Boston's best dinner cruises. Both the three-story Odyssey and the Spirit of Boston boast spacious decks, open-air bars, and dining areas that serve brunch, lunch, and dinner. The Odyssey has a slightly more sophisticated vibe thanks to its á la carte menus and laid-back entertainment options, while the Spirit kicks up its heels a bit with casual buffets, DJs, and lively dancing. The Odyssey weaves its way between Boston's Harbor Islands — including Spectacle, Deer, Gallops, and George's — while the Spirit sticks to the inner harbor, cruising by the site of the Boston Tea Party, the World Trade Center, and Old Ironsides. Whichever cruise you choose, you're guaranteed a meal with an unforgettable view. Prices vary ODYSSEY: 866.307.2469 • www.odysseycruises.com SPIRIT OF BOSTON: 866.310.2469 • www.spiritofboston.com 183 s u m m e r 2 0 1 4 | W e l l e s l e y W e s t o n M a g a z i n e 180-186_WWMb14_excursions_boating_v3_WellesleyWeston Magazine 4/25/14 12:38 PM Page 183