Introducing Cape Cod
Think saltwater taffy, seaside cottages, children building sandcastles and sailboats at sunset. When New Englanders want a day at the beach they head to ‘the Cape.’ This sandy peninsula is fringed with 400 miles of sparkling shoreline. But there’s a lot more than just beaches here. The Cape boasts quaint fishing villages, excellent biking and hiking trails, and some of the freshest seafood imaginable. Provincetown began as a summer retreat for writers and artists. These days it has a thriving gay and lesbian community and a carnival feel all year round.
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When the Pilgrims landed here in 1620 they were just the first wave to seek refuge on these remote shores.
Boston Whale Watching Cruise
Looking for a whale watch that requires less travel time, offers the most comfortable ride available and gives you more time viewing some of the world's most magnificent creatures? Look no further! Here is Boston's ONLY 3-Hour Whale Watch on a high-speed catamaran. They will get you to and from the whales in half the time, which allows you more time to watch the whales.
Cape Cod Fast Ferry
Situated on the Cape's northern-most tip, Provincetown is known for its art galleries, shopping, restaurants, landmarks, picturesque beaches and more. And, on this high speed catamaran, all this is just a 90 minute ride away! You'll have the whole day to enjoy this New England treasure.