Encore Boston Harbor’s long-expected ferry service will cost riders $7 one way to go back and forth from the future Everett casino-resort and $5 one way to go between the Seaport District and the downtown Boston waterfront.
The fares are part of a bevy of new details about the service for the $3 billion, 34-acre complex that is scheduled to open June 26. Operator Wynn Resorts is funding it as part of the agreement that landed the Las Vegas company its Massachusetts gaming license.
The ferries will run between the casino, the Seaport’s World Trade Center near the Silver Line, and Long Wharf near the New England Aquarium and the Blue Line. One-way rides on 40-foot boats large enough to accommodate around 35 people will take 20 to 30 minutes. The general public is welcome to find a seat.
True to form for a casino perhaps, the service will start early, last toward the wee small hours, and run pretty much constantly: 7 a.m. to midnight, seven days a week, every day of the year.
Per the Globe’s Adam Vaccaro, Bay State Cruises is operating the ferries, which Boston Boat Works of Charlestown built.