• Location: Boston, Massachusetts
  • Duration: 90 minutes (approx.)
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This 90-minute journey on a catamaran is the fastest and most luxurious way to travel to Cape Cod, where restaurants, beaches, shopping and nightlife await.

Highlights

  • Cape Cod fast ferry
  • Enjoy the coast's historic and scenic sites
  • Onboard concierge can assist you with information on Cape Cod
  • Provincetown has art galleries, shopping, restaurants, landmarks, picturesque beaches and more

What You Can Expect

Cape Cod Fast Ferry

Provincetown, Cape Cod
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Board the Provincetown Ferry at Long Wharf and then sit back, relax and enjoy the ride. Cape Cod is only 90 minutes away, and this is the largest and fastest passenger catamaran of its kind in the United States.

Enjoy the wide variety of amenities, including a concierge station, satellite TV and a full cash bar. The view outside along Cape Cod Bay isn’t bad, either.

This seasonal service operates from May to October. Holiday schedules may vary.

2017 Ferry from Boston:
4:00am- June 5 to September 3 (Mondays), July 5 
9:00am- May 18 to October 9 (Daily)
2:00pm- June 5 to September 3 (Daily), September 5 to 30 (Friday-Monday)
6:30pm- June 5 to September 3 (Thursday-Sunday), September 5 to 30 (Friday-Sunday)

2017 Ferry from Cape Cod:
6:00am
- June 5 to September 3 (Mondays), July 5
11:00am
- June 5 to September 3 (Daily), September 5 to September 30 (Friday-Monday)
4:00pm- May 18 to October 9 (Daily)
8:30pm- June 5 to September 3 (Thursday-Sunday), September 5 to September 30 (Friday-Sunday)

2018 Ferry from Boston:
4:00am- June 4 to September 2 (Mondays), July 5 
9:00am- May 17 to October 8 (Daily)
2:00pm- June 4 to September 2 (Daily), September 4 to 29 (Friday-Monday)
6:30pm- June 4 to September 2 (Thursday-Sunday), September 4 to 29 (Friday-Sunday)

2018 Ferry from Cape Cod:
6:00am
- June 4 to September 2 (Mondays), July 5
11:00am
- June 4 to September 2 (Daily), September 4 to September 29 (Friday-Monday)
4:00pm- May 17 to October 8 (Daily)
8:30pm- June 4 to September 2 (Thursday-Sunday), September 4 to September 29 (Friday-Sunday)

Customer Reviews

Jim M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2017

Nice way to get to P-Town without the hassle of cape traffic. Good service and convenient from Long wharf

Davetommo

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2016

If you want to take some cape cod sights without driving 120 miles from Boston, this is the way to go, and the return later in the dark give a great view of the city scape. Great service, can't fault this.

Augusta A

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

Best way to get to Cape Cod! Was on board during the threat of tropical storm 'Hermine.' Water was a bit choppy going however, crew was very kind and kept everyone calm. Ferry was clean and staff friendly. Be sure you redeem your coupons at the ticket counter before getting on line to board ferry.

Deborah M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

Great way to get from Boston to Provincetown

ROBERT H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

Wonderful experience. Everything worked perfectly. We are looking forward to going again in the future

Patrick S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

Great way to get to P-town. Boston Harbor Cruises folks are super friendly and accommodating. Really enjoyed working with them!

BARBVALA

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

Wonderful way to travel to Cape Cod!

Stacey F

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

It was very easy to exchange my vouchers for tickets. The ferry boat was clean and comfortable.

Louis H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2015

Great ferry ride. Wonderful, relaxing ride. Seats were very comfortable.

Tina Marie M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2015

It's definitely worth doing the Cape Cod Fast Ferry to Provincetown. However, I do get motion sickness and that trip over that morning was extremely rough and one of their 10 worst trips, so I was sick. It was a bit hard to recover and enjoy P'town as I was worried about the trip back to Boston. The trip back was much better and I also picked up some motion sickness medicine while in P'town. The boat is nice and having the day to explore P'town was great. I would suggest if you have problems with motion sickness, to definitely take something prior to leaving.

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