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Ferry to Provincetown

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Ferry to Provincetown features in these preplanned City Guides:

5-day Boston City Guide

Why visit / Interesting facts:

  • Sunbathing on the sundeck
  • Photos galore of the Cape Cod Bay

Time required: 90 minutes

Phone: +1-877-783-3779

Web site: http://www.baystatecruis...

Opening hours:

Time period Opening hours
May 20, 2011-October 12, 2011: 8:30am - 9pm


Ticket type Charge
Adult - One Way: 49 $
Adult - Round Trip: 79 $
Seniort - One Way: 44 $
Senior - Round Trip: 69 $
Child - One Way: 32 $
Child - Round Trip: 58 $
Bike - One Way: 6 $
Bike - Round Trip: 12 $
10 Pass: 310 $

Public transport:

  • Bus Silver Line: Court House

Address: 200 Seaport Blvd., Suite 50, Lower Level, Boston, MA - USA

Things you need to know:

  • The Bay State Cruise Company Ferry gets you to P-town by water - no manpower or sailboat necessary!
  • The ferry can be reached by the subway silver line, or direct water taxi service from Logan Airport
  • Tickets can be purchased online or on site
  • Why take the ferry? Take the relaxing ride to P-town. No rental car necessary

What to do there:

  • If it's far too hot or too cold/windy for your taste, take advantage of the enclosed part of the ferry, complete with air conditioning. Just bring a book
  • Sun bathe on the sundeck!
  • Take photos galore of the Cape Cod Bay

Tips & Insights:

  • If you're headed to Provincetown for just a day trip, the Provincetown III gets you there in just 90 minutes, which leaves quite a bit of day for sightseeing. However, if you want to save a bit of money, and have more time in P-town, the Provincetown II gets you there in three hours, and gives you plenty of time to bask in the sun and see the bay on the way there
  • Pay close attention to the departure schedule, especially if you're just heading to P-town for a day trip - ships only run so often, and not very late in the evening
  • Low-cost parking is available near the ferry in Boston
  • No need to pack food - there's a full-service bar plus snacks on board
  • If you need it, there's dockside luggage storage on the Boston end

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