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Had a great time,the concierge was very helpful and explained a lot of facts about the area, can also recommend the sand dune tour whilst there it's only 1hr long and cost 26 dollars highly recommend
This was great! A great way to get to the Cape. We saw whales on the way and just enjoyed the ride. Way better than 3-4 hours in a car to get there.
My adult son and I traveled over from Boston to P-town on the first ferry of the day and returned on the last. The concierge was extremely helpful in helping us plan what to do. His recommendations on how to spend a rainy morning enabled us to get the most from our day. The ferry staff were courteous and helpful. The ferry was clean, convenient and on time. If there had been one later option to leave on the same day, we would have taken it. I agree with the concierge that a tour of the dunes and a shuttle to the beach is a ideal way to enjoy the best the Provincetown has to offer.
The boat from Boston to Cape Town was a very enjoyable experience. I was running a little late and they even held the boat for me. Top notch service!
Very nice trip even on a foggy cloudy day and on a rough sea. Personal very professional. I would recommend.
trip to cape cod was fantastic would recomend to anyone visiting Boston
Spot on service, enjoyed the trip and had a great day out in Provincetown, highly recommend it.
Very easy, accomodating, and workable. Wi Fi on board allows you to wrap up business on the way to have fun.
We enjoyed our experience. It is important though for people to be aware that motion sickness can be a real issue. The day we traveled on the ferry the water was rough and several people were motion sick. The ferry ride itself and the scenery were amazing!
The actual ferry ride was fun, but there was no communication upon entering the ferry or getting off. When I turned in our tickets that I printed on line I did not get a return portion. When we arrived at Cape Cod we had to go to the ticket counter and ask for a return portion. The guy that helped us was nice enough, but it was a hassle. If we had not overheard from another passenger that we needed a ticket upon returning we would have been in a real bind. More communication is needed for the tourist.
Must have been the worse weather ever, the seas were huge and the boat slow because of the seas, felt very scared by the conditions. The crew tried to reassure but storms are storms out on open water
Not what my friends and I expect. There was no mention of this being an openly gay community on the website and they were having a "bear" convention. We felt very uncomfortable and out of our element. We are just lucky that we did not bring children on this trip. I would not recommend this to anyone that is not a gay man =(