The Train to Maine & other traffic-free routes from Lovejoy Wharf to weekend destinations
  • The Train to Maine & other traffic-free routes from Lovejoy Wharf to weekend destinations

    The Train to Maine & other traffic-free routes from Lovejoy Wharf to weekend destinations

    October 1, 2017

    Lovejoy Wharf offers some of the finest luxury living Boston has to offer. But what about those days when you just want to get out of the house or skip town? That is when Lovejoy’s transit-oriented location makes it the ideal jumping off point without having to get caught in city traffic.

    In the summer, the beach is a short ride away via the Amtrak Downeaster, which can have you in Ogunquit, Maine in under two hours. The Orange line can drop you at Back Bay in minutes, where you can hop the train to Manhattan, or simply go out for a night of high-end shopping and dining on Newbury Street.

    Want to jet to Europe or the Bahamas for a weekend getaway? Your designated attaché, Meghan, can easily arrange for a water taxi to take you to Logan Airport across the harbor, without getting caught in rush hour traffic.

    Nearby ferries offer access to desirable destinations across the sea. The Provincetown Ferry is a quick walk through the North End, and can sail you to Cape Cod in under two hours, or take the fast ferry to Salem for some seasonal fun this month. Soon, the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority is expected to launch a ferry service that can deliver you from Lovejoy Wharf to the Seaport in just 13 minutes.

    No matter your desired location, Lovejoy Wharf is the perfect starting point for a weekend getaway. Whether by boat, plane or train, you can get anywhere without even having to drive. That’s city living without compromise.