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Cape Cod Fast Ferry

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  • Cape Cod fast ferry
  • Enjoy the coast's historic and scenic sites
  • Onboard concierge can assist you with information on Cape Cod
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Cape Cod Fast Ferry
From US$61.00
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From US$93.00
One Way from Boston
One Way Service ex Boston
From US$61.00
One Way from Cape Cod
One Way Service ex Provincetown
From US$61.00
Overview
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.
What to Expect
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)
Reviews (52)
1 - 5 of 12 reviews
Reviewed October 5, 2018
Quick Trip to Provincetown

This ferry costs $93 round trip to Province Town on Cape Cod. You can get a coupon in May that saves you around $30 round trip and you have 4 months to use it. That is what I did. It is a nice quick 1...More

Thank lsmith1338
Reviewed October 2, 2018
RELAXING SEA RIDE

This was a wonderful adventure trip to Martha's Vineyard and the next day to Nantucket Wonderful smooth ride comfortable seats lots of room They have breakfast and lunch and snacks as well Worth the ride

1  Thank CharlotteAugustaGA
Reviewed October 2, 2018
Love the fast ferry!

We took the ferry to Cape Cod for a day trip. Very comfortable, pleasant ride. The ferry was punctual going and coming. And it also has a concession area for snacks and beverages. Seats quite comfortable. Would definitely use it again.

1  Thank 614juanitah
BostonHarborCruises, Manager at Boston Harbor Cruises, responded to this reviewResponded October 3, 2018

Thanks for your review Juanita H! Happy to hear that you enjoyed your trip to Provincetown and we hope you had a great time at the tip of the Cape! Thank you for taking the time to review your experience with us!

Reviewed September 29, 2018
On a rainy windy and rough sea day trip to Province town, Cape Cod.

You cannot predict the weather but you can predict this ferry’s service. Namely well meaning and wonderful service. Very helpful hints on what to do on the ferry with the rough weather by the concierge. Including supplies of ginger lollies to ease motion sickness! We...More

1  Thank angwine
BostonHarborCruises, Manager at Boston Harbor Cruises, responded to this reviewResponded October 3, 2018

Thanks for your review angwine! Great to hear that you enjoyed your ferry ride and visit to Provincetown! We really appreciate your taking the time to share your experience with us!

Reviewed September 4, 2018
The best way to get to P-town from Boston

The locals moaned about the busy roads and traffic, the planes are expensive so this is really the very best way to travel into P-Town. The crew were helpful, the boat is clean and serves food and booze. We sat outside and enjoyed the views...More

Thank John D
BostonHarborCruises, Manager at Boston Harbor Cruises, responded to this reviewResponded September 19, 2018

Thanks for your review John D! Happy to hear that you enjoyed your trip to Provincetown! We really appreciate your taking the time to share your feedback with us!

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680ap
November 10, 2018|
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Response from 614juanitah | Reviewed this property |
I can not speak to the location to the cruise ship port but I can speak to Cape Cod. If you plan to stay in the Provincetown downtown area you do not need a car. Other area/communities outside of Provincetown would require a... More
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October 1, 2018|
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Response from smfaw | Reviewed this property |
Yes
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belman57
August 11, 2018|
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No this is not a car ferry.
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