Boston Harbor Cruises Named a Top Small Business

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

September 17, 2015

  • This summer, BHC’s high-speed catamaran Salacia, known as the Provincetown Fast Ferry, made its maiden voyage after undergoing a $2.6 million engine refit. (Photo: BHC)
  • BHC’s executive team: Patrick, Chris, Alison and Rick Nolan (Photo: BHC)
  • This summer, BHC’s high-speed catamaran Salacia, known as the Provincetown Fast Ferry, made its maiden voyage after undergoing a $2.6 million engine refit. (Photo: BHC) This summer, BHC’s high-speed catamaran Salacia, known as the Provincetown Fast Ferry, made its maiden voyage after undergoing a $2.6 million engine refit. (Photo: BHC)
  • BHC’s executive team: Patrick, Chris, Alison and Rick Nolan (Photo: BHC) BHC’s executive team: Patrick, Chris, Alison and Rick Nolan (Photo: BHC)
The Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce has named passenger vessels operator Boston Harbor Cruises (BHC) as the 2015 Small Business of the Year Awards top honoree. 
 
The Small Business of the Year Awards recognizes Greater Boston’s smaller for-profit companies, with annual gross revenues of more than $1 million, who display strong financial performance, achievement in management, workplace excellence, product innovation and community and social responsibility.
 
BHC operates a fleet of 48 vessels on a seasonal daily excursion schedule that includes Boston Harbor sightseeing cruises; the New England Aquarium Whale Watch; Provincetown Fast Ferry; ferries to The Boston Harbor Islands, Salem and Lynn; Water Taxis; and “Codzilla”—in addition to year-round MBTA commuter services, private charters and offshore commercial services.
 
BHC said it plans to celebrate their achievement during a Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce event on October 6, “Nailed It: A Conversation with Successful Business Leaders.”
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