Weirs Beach to Wolfeboro
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday (June 25–September 5)
Monday–Saturday (September 6–October 16)
Depart Weirs Beach and follow the western shore passing Glendale, West Alton, and Rattlesnake. Pass through the lower end of the largest open expanse of water on the lake, known as The Broads. As you approach Wolfeboro Bay, you will pass by the Barndoor Islands. Entering Wolfeboro, you see the historic town laid out before you. Known as the oldest summer resort in New Hampshire, Wolfeboro is host to many fine shops and eateries. Upon your departure from Wolfeboro, the majestic M/S Mount Washington crosses straight through The Broads showing off amazing panoramic views. Passing Welch and Timber Island, you know you are getting close to the Mount's home port of Weirs Beach.