The Boston to Provincetown Ferry, (Cape Cod Ferry -The Provincetown II) was designed to capture the lines and ambiance of the great coastal steamers which carried Boston's citizenry to Cape Cod in the late 19th and 20th centuries. The triple decked vessel offers three spacious open and enclosed decks to ensure comfort as you enjoy the sun, sights, activities, entertainment and well stocked food and beverage bars onboard. A walk along Commercial Street steps from the Provincetown dock will take you to dozens of unique shops, galleries, and restaurants.
Card must be presented at ticket office window in exchange for boarding pass. One card per person. Based on availibility. This is a round trip pass.
*Go Boston Card must be valid on the day of sailing and admission will activate your Go Boston Card.
If taking advantage of the fast ferry discount, your Go Boston Card must be valid on the day of sailing and admission will activate your Go Boston card. The upgrade fee for the fast ferry is $67 per person.
Please refer to their website for the most current schedule information.
October 13th -Mid May
The Traditional Ferry operates Saturdays only from July 5 - July 26.
200 Seaport Blvd (at the Seaport World Trade Center Marine Terminal) Boston, MA
Conveniently located off all major routes. Located in Seaport District. Economical parking located nearby.
Silver Line to Seaport World Trade Center stop. Take the New Congress Street street-level exit. Proceed to the crosswalk to the left of the station’s exit doors. Take a right across the crosswalk, one short block to the pier at the World Trade Center. Ships depart from thewest side of the WTC, the side facing the skyline.
Comments aboutSmart Destinations Bay State Cruise Company-Provincetown Ferry:
Upon researching options, this is the best way to get from Boston to Provincetown and back. The ride is about 3 hours, but you can pay extra for the faster 1.5 hour ride even though we didn't. The ferry is clean and ' P-Town' is a pah-ty. I'm coining that for a tee shirt.