Details for Provincetown Marina

Provincetown Marina

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Average rating 3.9 stars from 47 reviews

Address Ryder Street Extension
Provincetown, MA 02657


After hours contact


Facility type

Marina - YES
Club - NO
Fuel - YES
Repair - NO
Municipal - NO
Other - NO

VHF channel



Email contact;

Owner, manager

Jay Larcome, General Manager



Payments acceptedCredit cards - YES
Checks - YES

Payment info

Payment discounts

Operation (seasonal or year-round)

Additional info:


Easy approach, just inside the breakwater.





Tide & current additional info


Approach: 15
Transient dockage: Unknown
Fuel dock: 0

Other depth info:

Dock typesWood - YES
Concrete - YES
Floating - YES
Fixed - NO
T/Alongside - NO
Other - NO

Additional info: All docks are new as of May 2016. All main docks are concrete with wooden fingers.

Size restrictionsLOA max: 300
Beam max: Unknown

Other info:


Transient: 90
Total: 90
Transient price: $5.00/ft (2017-06-07)

Other price info: Dockage prices:
Under 35 feet is $5.00 per foot.
35 - 60 feet is $5.50 per foot.
60 - 80 feet is $6.00 per foot.
80 - 150 feet is $6.50 per foot.
Over 150 feet is $7.00 per foot.


Transient: 85
Total: 85
Transient price: Unknown

Other price info: Moorings are available for transients. Sunday - Wednesday pricing:
Under 50 feet is $55 per day.
Over 50 feet is $65 per day.

Weekend pricing:
$65 per day for boats over 55 feet.

AC power30 amp - YES
50 amp - YES
100 amp - NO

Additional info: Available

Pricing info: 30 amp is free.

Cable TV (and pricing)


Phone hookup (and pricing)


Water (and pricing)

Yes - Note: water is not free but is very inexpensive, July 2015.

Dinghy access

Yes - Dinghy dock near the fuel dock - shares access with the launch service for mooring customers.

Liveaboard info


Fuel brand:

Gas price$3.39/gal (2017-07-31)

Other price info:

Diesel price$2.89/gal (2017-07-31)

Other price info:


Pets welcomeYes

Other pet info:

Disability access

Yes - There are ADA bathrooms with showers.

Launch service

Yes - Launch service is available.

Pump out

Yes - Town Harbormaster provides pump out - call on Channel 12.




Yes - There are trash cans for marina guests






Yes - Coin op washer and dryers are on site.


Yes - There are a number of stores nearby to pick up provisions. Far Lands is close by and carries a great selection of made-to-order sandwiches, full service deli, meats, and prepared foods. There is a Stop N Shop on Shank Painter Road - a bit of a hike but you can get a cab, pedi-cab or bike.

141 Bradford Natural Market
141 Bradford St
Provincetown, MA 02657
A place to find homemade prepared foods, assortment of artisanal cheeses, organic produce, and hard-to-find vegan and gluten free grocery items.


Yes - Lands End True Value in town .5 mi east on Commercial St.


Yes - Numerous restaurants nearby that range from casual to fine dining. Reported to be some of the best restaurants are The Crown & Anchor, Front Street, The Red Inn, and The Mews. The Mews makes online reservations 3 days in advance; otherwise call. Too many great places to eat to write here.


Yes - Many nearby.

Hotels or motels

Yes - Many nearby.

Repair capabilities


Haul out capabilities


Storage facilities

Fishing supplies

Chartering capabilities


Internet access

Yes - All slips have WiFi. Mooring field is not covered but signal does reach moorings closer to the gas dock.

Boat ramp availability



Yes - Daily flights to Boston from Provincetown Airport. There's bus service from P-Town to all of Cape Cod and high speed ferry service to Boston.

Other services


The Cape Cod National Seashore renovated bike trails. You can easily bike out from P-town down Race Point Rd. Many bike rental options in town. Most of the trail routes are seperate from vehicular traffic and recently repaved, 2012. You can find a bike trail map online:

Reviews for Provincetown Marina
Great Launch drivers and location, but that's it, 2017-08-19
Captain: , NYC - Liberty Landing (226)

We spent a few nights on the moorings. Launch drivers were AMAZING! Incredibly responsive and very helpful.

As most of the other reviews have said, its a pretty high price for not a lot. Mooring balls only had one line off them and no floating flag on the pennant to pickup. We were rocked a lot (smaller boats way more) as ferries and fishing boats came in and out of the west end of the break water. Did not use their lounge or restrooms, but looked nice.

Nothing wrong with the marina or services per se, but UNFORTUNATELY, they have a lock on all the space reasonably close to the dock.

The night before we left, we anchored in the cove west of the CG station and it was much flatter/nicer. We opted for deep water (~55') away from all the other boats, but with about 325' of rode out, we had no issues. Would have stayed the whole time on anchor, except if there is any chop, its a long dinghy ride back to the town dock.

Provincetown itself was great....took our boat to go whale watching and was awesome. Just look for the commercial boats on AIS the night before and go there :)

Moor Expensive than Nantucket, 2017-08-14
Captain: , Hingham, MA (267)

Wowza, $2.50 a foot for moorings on the weekend! And a two day miniumum advance reservation. That's a tough pill to swallow, and will definitely affect how often we visit. And yes, the new docks are beautiful. But still only two shower stalls. And only two "other" stalls. There was quite a crowd this past Sunday morning. I enjoy the P-town marina, and the confident, presice communication on the VHF, and the "scene" by the fire pit. But I'll be more likely to spend one night on a mooring and the other anchored. I thought that $75 per night on Nantucket was the highest price I'd pay this summer, but was off by over 30%. On the other hand, the price of diesel was still fair - $2.89 on 8/13 vs. $4.89 on Nantucket. And P-town has great wildlife - whales, sea lions and seals in the water - and all sorts of wildlife on Commercial Street and a great party atmosphere.

Outstanding marina, 2017-08-13
Captain: , Naples (100)

This is a great facility. The docks are new and heavy duty, the power and wifi are excellent, and the dockhands are very helpful. The pier is long, but then you are in the middle of Provincetown and all its attractions and restaurants. Be prepared for the crowds walking through town in the summer.

Nice marina, but..., 2017-07-31
Captain: , Providence (443)

Nice marina, with an excellent staff. Top-notch facility.

But, they are way overpriced. Certainly the sparcity of marinas on this side of the Cape means they really don't have a lot of competition, and they're cleary catering to megayachts.

I'm glad I came, but next time I'll probably just anchor out.

Nice place, but I hope they go under, 2017-07-20
Captain: , Jamestown, RI (30)

Provincetown used to be a great place to go. Good restaurants, shopping, nearby beaches, not fancy, and reasonable prices.

That changed when the P-town marina changed hands. They put some money into the place -- new showers, fancy new docks -- trying to attract the mega-yacht crowd.

I have no problem with that, except that they increased the mooring rates from around $35 a night to $2-$2.50 a foot -- $120 to $150 for us. I don't pay that much for a SLIP in most places.

I'd just anchor out, but between them and Flyer's you need to either be far away or in deep water. AND, the municipal dinghy dock is only for tenders 10' and under.

Sure, their facilities are nice, but they've made the place unaffordable for most. What's worse is that Flyer's took the opportunity to raise their mooring rates too and they're the only 2 games in town.

If they go out of business it'd be good for cruisers -- it would send a message to the people/financiers who buy marinas and triple the rates. If this place succeeds then no harbor in New England will be safe for cruisers on a budget.

When I was there last week, most of the slips were empty and fewer than half the moorings were occupied. With any luck, they'll be unable to make their debt payments and the place will revert to the old pricing.

great facility in a fun town, 2017-07-19
Captain: , Rehoboth DE (51)

We take a mooring here when we are in town. Service is great and every year they seem to upgrade their facility. T location could not be more convenient. right in the center of town.

mooring rates too high, 2017-07-18
Captain: , Marblehead, ma (71)

Love coming to Ptown numerous times each summer, but this dramatic increase will definitely impact our plans.
Mooring field is still open to wind, waves and constant boat traffic.
Our mooring fee more than doubled!!
Great friendly staff.

A pleasant surprise., 2017-06-20
Captain: , Norwalk (293)

Two years we spent the weekend on a mooring ball. This year we decided to try the marina. The marina has been renovated. Facilities are modern and pleasant whilst staff are friendly and pleasant. It is an expensive stay.

2016 Blessing of the fleet - Review of Marina Updates, 2017-05-28
Captain: , Marion (20)

Just got back from spending a long weekend at P-Town Marina (on a mooring). While the actual moorings are pretty much the same as they have always been, the facilities is MUCH improved. Brand new bathroom, showers, sinks, etc. Gone are the coin operated showers.

The staff was very friendly and VERY professional. While they have some things to work thru (mooring/slip reservations) and logiistics, the management is on top of things and working hard to make this a first class facility.

Lovely captains lounge with a couple of fire pits and big screen TV's, plenty of tables and chairs with umbrellla to relax.

For anyone returning from prior years, you will be very impressed with the changes. We certainly were very pleased.

**** Disappointed to find the new mooring rates (starting spring of 2017) of $2 per ft Sunday thru Wednesday and $2.50 for Thursday thru Saturday nights (25' minimum).

This might give them the distinguished position of #1 in highest mooring rates in MA. Certainly more expensive than the Vineyard and Nantucket for moorings.

Disappointed in new rates, 2017-04-27
Captain: , Marblehead (60)

I guess this was inevitable, new owners and new facilities means that all that cost gets passed on to us consumers. $2 a foot for a mooring puts it out of reach more most. Looks like we will be doing a lot more achoring while in ptown this year.

Ptown mooring fee change, 2017-03-19
Captain: , Marion,ma (21)

The new owners of Provincetown moorings have instituted a new mooring fee of $2 / foot.

Convenient Mooring, 2016-12-31
Captain: , Annapolis, MD (283)

Picked up a mooring after Labor Day so, the off season rates applied. Off season also made avaialbility much easier. Short ride to a nice dinghy dock and new marina shower and bath facilities. The center of Provincetown is at the end of the pier. The marina personal were helpful and friendly. I beleive, reservations would be required from Memorial Day to Labor Day.

Ptown Marina, 2016-12-18
Captain: , Marthas Vineyard (41)

New ownership has taken over and Chuck & Ann have invested to revitalize this wonderful historic Cape Cod marina in the center of %u201CPtown%u201D to make it into a friendly & fun destination to visit for all boaters - if you are on a motor boat or sailboat or mega-yacht, you will be pleasantly surprised by the quality of the facility and the professional staff lead by Dockmaster Jay and Launch Ops manager Scott who will help make your stay a pleasureable experience.
The town of Ptown has the best Gay life & art and summer activities in all of New England. Add in the history of the Pilgrims & the Portuguese fisherman%u2019s family history that have all mixed together to create a magical Ptown culture in a small town atmosphere.
The new floating docks are built of heavy cement and provided safe wave protection in a great harbor location where you can experience all the harbor and town life, and still be safe for boaters to stay in a SW%u2019ly blow.

Great Stay, 2016-12-14
Captain: , Boston (108)

Stayed over Labor Day weekend. Docks were beautiful, plenty of room to maneuver. Friendly staff and great outdoor lounge with fire pit. Already booked to come back in 2017.

The preferred moorings for P'town, 2016-09-09
Captain: , Boston (621)

2016 review: with new ownership and a multi-million dollar upgrade, including new state-of-the-art concrete docks from Sweden, an overhaul of the launches, and updating of shower and lounge facilities this is now a world class Marina. $55/night (2016) for a mooring though that will almost certainly go up next year. When we got stuck here during hurricane Hermine, management let us leave the boat on one of their 10k pound moorings for the week while we went back to Boston for work. Great staff!

2011 review: Have stayed on these moorings several times and used their launch service. Good and convenient to downtown. Best if you can get one inside the breakwater for shorter launch rides and less wake and chop. Shower facilities are pretty marginal though.

Provincetown Marina, 2016-08-29
Captain: , Danvers MA (60)

Great place - nice concrete docks. Staff is extremely helpful and friendly.
Showers are clean and nice.
Location is great - right in town...

Huge Improvement, 2016-08-10
Captain: , Boston (40)

This years reconstruction of the marina is Huge. Finally great docks & electricity.

A bit pricy including a charge for water.

Staff is friendly and helpful.

The electric systeem was built with Arc Fault breakers on the mains and not pedistals. When you arrive they will test your boat to see that there is not electric usage on your boat. This is the future!

clean, friendly, recently update/new facilities, 2016-08-07
Captain: , Hull, MA (580)

great Marina is the best location in Ptown. large blocks of ice. clean new showers. launch service runs way past my bedtime!

rolly mooring field (updated 7/27/2016), 2016-07-28
Captain: , Wickford, RI (584)

A bit pricey for a mooring at $65/night however moorings are well maintained. New facitilies have been built with concrete floating docks, open lounge area with 2 big screen TVs. More slips are planned to open 2017 season. New floating dinghy dock. Launch service included. New showers and heads. Short walk to the foot of the pier to the center of town.

Big upgrades, 2016-07-20
Captain: , Boston, MA (10)

We just spent 3 nights at the marina on a mooring and found vast improvemnets over last year. New bathrooms have been installed with showers with unlimited hot water. A new outdoor lounge with a firepit and big screen TV. A much more hospitable environment than in prior years.

The launch is prompt, friendly, and professional as well as providing useful local information.

Town is a bit crowded, but with a fun atmosphere and there are buses and rental bikes readily available.

Marina is only marginally open right now..., 2016-06-21
Captain: , Amelia Island (141)

Marina is currently under reconstruction. Heads/showers planned to be reopened in a few days (around 6/24), and launch not operating right now. We were unable to reach the marina by phone yesterday, and phones have reportedly been down for about 2 weeks. VHF contact with marina marginal (seems like they have their radio set on low power, so boats were having difficulty talking with the marina -- iof they answered a hail at all -- from tip of Long Point). Many moorings available, and once we tracked somebody down the next moring to pay, we were only charged $30 instead of the regular $55/night. The new docks (where we tied up our dinghy) look very nice.

Provincetown Marina Fuel Dock, 2015-08-31
Captain: , Essex, CT (30)

This is a fairly expensive marina ($55 for a mooring). The fuel dock is a Citco that is 100% self serve. It has a float with the nozzles laying on it. The attendent can not get on the float (no ladder). Fuel costs for diesel is $4/gallon. Would not recommed getting fuel here. They have no water. If you get a slip or a mooring from the marina, you can take your boat to an empty slip (if availble) and get water or else you can get it at a city dock that requires coin operation. On the bright side, the launch service is excellent and the town is very intersting. It promotes the gay and lesbian lifestyle! Tons of stores and restaurants - most interesting is the Pilgrim Monument and the library. Bottom line: If this is of interest, purchase your fuel and fill up with water before you arrive!

Closest stop in P-Town, 2015-08-25
Captain: , Barrington RI (516)

Stayed here two nights, while waiting out a LOT of rain in mid August. I was surprised at the $55/night for a mooring fee (same as Flyer's), and $1 for a 4min. shower. But, you are as close to downtown as you can get, and the launch dock is also available to tie your dinghy up (only if you rent a mooring from them). The launch makes clear that they expect a tip, so I only used the dinghy. The showers and bathrooms were OK for a public facility... If I were to stay in P-town again, I would stop here.

Great stay at the end of Cape Cod, 2015-07-12
Captain: , Buzzards Bay, MA (316)

Stayed here this past weekend 7-10 thru 7-12 out on a mooring. Very prompt and courteous launch service, decent bathrooms and ice readily available at the office.
Thanks to whoever corrected my error on the slip pricing, it's accurate now.
Our mooring was well marked and we had a 10 foot pennant to tie on to that was more than robust enough for our 25 footer.
Definitely call ahead and reserve a spot if you're planning to arrive on a weekend, any moorings not reserved go to hourly customers on a first come first served basis and it filled up really quickly on Saturday.
Be patient when calling for a reservation as occasionally they are taking them while running the launch too, so they can get a bit busy.
We'll definitely be heading back soon.

Great launch service. , 2015-07-08
Captain: , Byram, CT (708)

We stayed on mooring here for a night following July 4 weekend. There was plenty of room, and they were very kind to put us in a good location. Mooring spacing was adequate. The launch driver had a great sense of humor: A boat named Incognito called him, and he said he didn't recognize them. The launch service was very quick.

The bathrooms were simple but clean, although I was disappointed to see that you needed tokens for the shower. I think that should have been included for the mooring few.

Beautiful area!, 2015-07-07
Captain: , Hingham, MA (1079)

Stayed during the week and over 4th of July weekend - lots of tourists on the weekend but it was nice during the week. The area is very beautiful and has something to offer for all. We dinghyed to the beached and saw lots of seals. The water is surprisingly warm for New England and very clear! We stayed on a mooring - we draw 5' - make sure you are very clear when you make a reservation - there are spots in the middle of the mooring field that get shallow.
Launch service was really great and friendly.
Bathrooms were not ideal but were clean and you can shower. $1 for a token that lasts 4 minutes.
Raw bar happy hour at Vincents is a must - $1 oysters!

What you expect P-town to be, 2015-06-19
Captain: , Boston (619)

It's expensive, but P-town has a short season and slips and moorings are in demand. Get over it.

Slips and moorings are convenient to the heart of town and exactly where you want to be. Staff is friendly and helpful, launch service is reliable, the dinghy dock has always had space for me.

The heads could be better... they tend to be a bit dark and damp... and paying for showers (tokens available at the office) on top of paying for a slip/mooring is a bother... but it's part of the quirky nature of P-town, so roll with it.

Call ahead for a reservation! (The cancellation policy, 24 hours, I believe, is fair.) They fill up on weekends and holidays.

Convenient spot from which to visit Provincetown, 2014-09-13
Captain: , Northport MI (405)

This is a no frills marina but gave it 4 stars : conventient, good concrete docks, basic but clean facilities (can accept fee for showers when learning fresh water needs to be brought to PTown), very friendly and helpful staff.

Convenient Tie Up, 2014-08-31
Captain: , St. Louis, MO (1011)

This is the place to tie up and plug in in P-town, and is convenient for accessing the charms of this colorful resort community.

Lots of ferry and day boat traffic across the fairway on the town wharf can be noisy at times.

3 Stars for facilities- 5 stars for location., 2014-07-30
Captain: , Montreal (60)

Difficult to have a better spot in and view on Provincetown. Right in the middle of the village, a few minutes walk to the town/beaches shuttles.

Ok but doubt we'll return, 2014-07-13
Captain: , Essex, CT (1675)

Moorings were very rocky, launch was quick and efficient but wasn't very impressed with the town. P'Town is a bit hokey. Too many people, not enough sidewalks and a very touristy feel.

Launch comes with mooring, 2014-07-02
Captain: , Ruskin Florida (704)

We got a mooring and it was in a great location... almost behind the breakwater.. Launch service comes with the mooring. Nice people.

Good Place In A Storm, 2013-08-31
Captain: , Bridgeport, CT (559)

We came in late July to weather a storm and stayed three nights, paying one night at a time. We got a mooring just off the town pier and the launch service was prompt and went the extra mile to help my wife and I get provisions from the dock to our boat. Downside - we only had one pendant so had to rig a line to their pendant so I could attach it to both cleats to eliminate the stress on our bowsprit.

reliable service, 2013-08-22
Captain: , Portsmouth RI (730)

These moorings are more sheltered than Flyer's and the launch service runs till 23:00, which for Ptown is great. Pier is in center of town with innumerable things to see and do within walking distance.

PTown Moorings, 2013-08-10
Captain: , North Palm Beach, FL (490)

Came over on 7/24 for a couple of nights, but left a day early because of deteriorating weather. Since I pre-paid for two nights, I was out $55. It did not seem reasonable to me that I could not apply the $55 to a future time, but I guess they can do what they want.

Great launch service, though!

PTown is a great town and this is a prime location. We walked the streets, saw plenty of off-the-wall sights, had some great ice-cream, all before the weather. We will be back, although we will try to be away from the commercial guys due to lots of wake!

P-Town Marina & Moorings, 2013-07-07
Captain: , Oriental, NC (220)

The moorings are good enough, secure in some high winds. The dinghy dock is quite inadequate with room for about 6 dinghies. However, the do have two launches which compensate for the lack of dinghy space. It's a family owned business and the people are nice and helpful.

The showers are $1.00 for about 4 minutes, tight but adequate. The showers themselves are spartan but clean.

The location is great; walk off the pier into the center of town, lots to do and lots of places to eat to the right or left.

First time and a good stop, 2013-07-05
Captain: , Port Aransas, Texas (998)

We decided to spend three days here over the 4th. The town appears from sea to be laid back. The Provincetown Mooring Service met us and directed us to the spot. They run a launch service which revealed to us something way different that a laid back town. This place makes Key West look normal with great food, people watching and a very dog friendly port

The town makes it all worth it, 2013-06-19
Captain: , Westport Point, MA (391)

Spent a few days here for repairs (not done by the marina) and although it was bouncy, the town made any inconveniences worth it. Took the town buses to Herring Cove and Race point and wandered lazily through town. Lots of good eats, lots of good shops, and amazingly good people-watching. A beer at the Bradford is a must.

Monopoly begets complacency, 2012-09-26
Captain: , Boston (104)

Tired facilities, disgusting showers and at least one totally obnoxious office staff member. Give this place a miss if you can. Only positive is the launch driver who, given the launch service is included in the price of the mooring, hustles for tips in a friendly, jovial way.

Provincetown Moorings, 2012-07-13
Captain: , Stuart, FL (1019)

The mooring field behind the sea wall is best. Occasional rolling as ferries and whale watch boats arrive and depart. The launch operators who show you to your mooring are really nice, friendly, and helpful. $55/night includes launch service and tipping is encouraged.

P'town is great. We did a walking tour that showed us a lot. You have to see the one-half scale model of the fishing schooner, Rose Dorothea, that won a race in 1907 in the new public library.

All the rest of P'town is great - restaurants like Ciro & Sal's and the Mews.

I wish the staff of the Provincetown Marina were a little more customer friendly. We asked to come in for water and were sort of tolerated, not welcomed.
Last words from the guy on the radio were, "Just water!". Not sure what he expected us to do.

PT Mooings, 2012-07-05
Captain: , Salem Ma (790)

Updaqte - July 2012 the moorings are now $55/night

Have stayed here numerous times the past 3 years. $45/night if they are running the lanuch full time or $35 if reduced hours. Lanuch service is included and the ride is short. If needed the floating dock next to the fuel staion for your dinghy. If you use the showers at the marina let the hot water run at the sink first or you are going to lose time on your token waiting for hot water. There is pay for water at town dock between the piers. PT is just an interesting place.

Bumpy mooring, 2012-03-16
Captain: , Olcott, NY (2536)

We've stayed here on several voyages and it was a rolly mooring field each time.
Wonderful launch service.
Expensive fuel.
Tough getting on and off the fuel dock if the wind is wrong.
Great to be so close to town.
The little seafood rest. Just to the left at the top of the dock has wonderful food. Just look for all of the lobster pot floats on their building.

Great Location, good service, 2012-03-07
Captain: , Pawtuxet Cove, RI (272)

We have stayed on the moorings here and location and launch service is quite good. We had a bit of a blow out of the southwest and it was a bit rocky but we felt secure on the mooring. It can get foggy out here too, but it is easy access in and out

Needs some TLC, 2011-10-12
Captain: , Southport, ME, USA (1178)

Other than a convenient dinghy dock, not much to recommend this place. Very run down. 1st mooring we picked up had a pennant in very poor condition.

Location, location, location, 2011-09-10
Captain: , Boston (70)

Great location right in the heart of P-Town. Easy walk to town.

Slips are good (although pricey) but the shower facilities are marginal. Don't forget to buy your tokens for the showers!!

Great Place to stay in PTown, 2011-08-19
Captain: , Mystic,CT (85)

We stayed 5 nights at a slip and 2 nights on a mooring and found this to be a very good place to stay when in PTown. You are right in the center of Town and within walking distance of numerous restaurants, bars, shops, galleries & attractions. There are pedicabs, cabs & car rentals as well as municipal buses if you want to venture out further.

The marina staff is very friendly & attentive & knowledgeable and keep the place running efficiently (Floyd is super!).

The shower & head facilities are not luxurious but they are clean and functional and accesible 24 hrs a day. The slips are floating concrete docks with water & 30/50 amp AC power (30 amp is free). The mooring field is close by and the staff guide you to your mooring on arrival. There is a launch service or you can use your own dinghy and tie to the dinghy dock. There is a fuel dock but there is no water available there (you can use a slip to get water if one is available) - this is one thing the marina should consider adding since we could not fill out water tanks when leaving this morning due to a;; skips being filled. We would have bought fuel at the dock but did not opting instead to get fuel where we could also get water.

This was a great place to stay and they are often booked solid due to a very loyal customer base who come back again and again. Reserve your space early in the season since they fill up quickly. We'll definitely be back next year!

Convenient to dinghy dock & town!, 2011-07-26
Captain: , Beaufort, NC (407)

Date of stay: June 26-27, 2011
Moved to a Provincetown Marina mooring after having used Flyers moorings the 1st night. Provincetown Marina has a convenient dinghy dock and launch, and is close to the heart of town. Although they said that they had internet, we could never get it to work (they need your MAC address to enter into their system). The office staff was very friendly.

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