Join The Beauport Hospitality Group’s Wedding Teams and the best Professional Vendors in the business! Meet vendors in every category in preparation for your wedding day. While you’re here, you will have the opportunity to mingle with all of our exclusive preferred vendors while viewing one of the North Shore’s premier wedding venues, Cruiseport Gloucester.
We will also be showcasing the Beauport Cruiseline, docked just outside Cruiseport. Specializing in all of life’s celebrations, our Cruiseship is perfect for your rehearsal dinner or wedding.
You can also take a short trip over to our hotel, The Beauport Hotel Gloucester. With a captivating oceanfront location and world-class amenities, Beauport Hotel Gloucester is the perfect setting to celebrate a classic New England coastal wedding with family and friends.
Parties of 20 or more please contact the office for availability and special group pricing.
The US Coast Guard requires a full passenger list for every cruise. You will be prompted upon checkout to enter the names of everyone in your party. Thank you for your assistance!
Boarding commences at the time your event starts, no pre-boarding allowed.
On cruises denoted Public Cruises, a minimum number of 30 passengers is required for the ship to sail. You will be contacted to reschedule or refund should the numbers fall short of that.
Passenger Contract Terms
The Captain reserves the right to keep cruise ship at dock if deemed necessary for inclement weather. In such circumstances, event is held dockside.
(“The Companies”) does not assume liability for attraction/service provided by an independent entitty not affiliated with The Companies. The Companies make no representations regarding qualifications of attractions/service and make no representations as to whether attraction/service is bonded or insured
Any lawsuit against the vessel and/or their agents, officers, crew members or underwriters for personal injury and/or loss of life must be filed within one (1) year from the day of the loss of life or injury occurred, in accordance with 46 U.S.C. §183b, and all claims must be filed within six months from the date the passenger traveled and/or visited the vessel.