We are sitting here having a quiet breakfast on the last morning of our stay here on the Sea Pearl. We truly found this to be a special way to experience Boston. We arrived by air and did not rent a car. Instead we used either taxi, Uber, trolley or water taxi to make our way to our various destinations and all were easy to arrange and were not terribly expensive. We purchased a "Go Boston" pass through Costco for $87 which allowed us admission to numerous venues/events for 3 days. We chose to go whale watching as our included "premium" attraction. Loved it. Even before we got to the whales it was just wonderful to be out on the water for 4 hours and the whales were simply awesome to see. We used the "hop on hop off" City Trolley both as intended as a tour, but also for transport around the city. We visited the aquarium which was a little too busy for our liking on a Sunday, had lunch at "Cheers" and loved Little Italy. Mike's Pastry is often touted as "the" pastry shop to visit when there, but after chatting with the guys at the local fire hall, we took their advice and went to Modern Pastry instead. Yum! You can look up more about the pass on-line but if you do plan to see a variety of sites, it is well worth it especially via to Costco route. Caught a Red Sox game at Fenway Park. We did not have tickets and they were sold out but they had a "scalp-free" zone where people with extra tickets to sell can go to sell them. So we ended up with box seats at below cost simply because a couple wanted to sell them quick due to their friends being unable to go. Awesome! The Sea Pearl is situated just slightly north of the main hustle and bustle and we found it so relaxing to return to the yacht after a busy day out where it is so peaceful and all the comforts of home were provided. Deb (owner) answered any questions we might have and Sherry (cleaner) met us on arrival and showed us everything we needed to know on board. The boat is beautiful and we feel very lucky to have chosen to stay here.