Professor Quackenstein is an academic, scholar, historian and mad scientist. When not giving tours he serves as lead investigator at Boston Duck Tours laboratories where he conducts important research in the fields of time travel, alchemy and discount brain surgery.
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Hi, My name is Mrs. Florence Waters I am a domestic engineer other wise known as a stay at home mom to seven children. The youngest started school this year and it was time for me to get a job. With such an extensive skill set such as lifeguard, teacher, chauffeur, cook, referee and nurse just to name a few along with my fabulous minivan driving I thought Boston Duck Tours would be great and I was right!
Betty was Boston Duck Tours first DUCK, purchased back in 1994. She is named after the phrase Beantown, which is a nickname for Boston. This term was first used when sailors were coming back to port in the colonial era. The familiar smell of cooked baked beans, a Boston staple, surely meant that the crew was close to home. Ever since that era, the name “Beantown” has had a special place in all Bostonians hearts.