boston harbor cruises wants you to create your perfect day, and then give it to you

Posted by susan on August 1st, 2012. Filed under: boston travel.

One year ago Labor Day weekend Mike and I spent our one year anniversary eating and drinking our way through the North End. Then, we ended the evening like this…

sunset whale watch
 

If you’ve been reading for a while you know how much I love whale watches, or really any type of nautical adventure, whether I’m home or far away. So when I was updated about a new contest from Boston Harbor Cruises I didn’t hesitate to share it. If you’re unfamiliar, BHC is behind the sightseeing tours, whale watches, ferry rides and – ready for it – the Codzilla adventures you can take out of Long Wharf in Boston.

The contest is run through their brand new “Perfect day out” Facebook app that lets fans create and customize their perfect day on the harbor to win tickets each week. To participate, you can go to Boston Harbor Cruises Facebook page and click on the “Win a Boston Harbor Day Out” tab to begin personalizing your day in just a few steps. Once you’ve completed your day, you’re automatically entered to win tickets to it. Winners will be selected each week this month.

boston harbor cruises perfect day out 
 

At the end of the contest, one grand prize winner will receive a prize package of four BHC tickets, a hotel stay at the Marriott Long Wharf and a restaurant certificate for four to the Chart House.

It’s really easy to enter and even if you don’t win I think the app will open your eyes to activities and adventures that may not have been on your radar.

So, what would be your perfect day?

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Disclaimer: I was not compensated for this post, but will receive two tickets to a sightseeing tour around the harbor – an experience I will clearly enjoy given the embarrassing number of links pointing to my love of nautical adventures I was able to share in this post.  All thoughts my own.

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