Taking a trip to Provincetown allows you to take advantage of the quaint fine dining and fun family activities, from whale watching excursions to deep-sea fishing tours. One of the best restaurants in Provincetown is Napi’s Restaurant, owned by Helen and Napi Van Dereck.
Watch this video to learn more about Provincetown’s legendary Napi’s Restaurant. The restaurant offers unique dishes from around the world, focusing on the area’s fresh, delicious seafood.
At Captain John Whale Watching and Fishing Tours, we can help you visit Napi’s Restaurant on our convenient P-Town Fast Ferry , which operates daily trips on our ferry between Plymouth and Provincetown. Our ferry is fast, safe, and reliable, and it’s the most scenic way to get to Napi’s from Plymouth. For more information about our whale watching and fishing charter rates and schedule, call us today at (508) 927-5575.
Whale watching tours are fun, exciting, and educational for the entire family. When you plan a whale watching excursion, you want to prepare for the weather, and bring items that will help you stay warm, comfortable, and dry while on the water.
Because it’s often cooler on the water than on land, you should bring a light jacket or sweater with you. You may also want to bring a rain jacket to protect you from water if it’s a windy day, or if rain is predicted. Even if it’s cloudy, you’ll be exposed to sun, and should bring sunblock , sunglasses , and hats for the whole family. To get the most out of your whale watching tour, bring binoculars and a camera so you won’t miss any of the action. You should also wear comfortable shoes that provide traction so you won’t risk slipping on the boat deck.
At Captain John Whale Watching and Fishing Tours, we offer affordable whale watching excursions in Plymouth . The safety and comfort of our guests is important to us, and our galley service offers food and beverages. To learn more about our whale watching, fishing charters, and deep-sea fishing tours, call us today at (508) 927-5575.
The Provincetown Ferry transports guests from Plymouth to beautiful, quaint Provincetown. The ferry is fast, reliable, and offers gorgeous views of Plymouth Harbor and Cape Cod Bay! If you want to explore historic Provincetown, here are some reasons why there’s no better way to get there than the Provincetown Ferry.
You Can Avoid the Stress of Heavy Traffic
When you’re on vacation, you don’t want to spend the majority of your time commuting through heavy traffic. The Provincetown Ferry allows you to relax and let someone else do the navigating. You can take advantage of the comfortable, climate-controlled cabin, and the ferry’s full galley service, and have a drink or meal while enjoying the company of your family or traveling companions.
The Ferry Lets You Relax and Enjoy Amazing Views
Whether you’re in the cabin or on the ferry’s deck, you can relax and enjoy amazing views of the water. You may even spot some wildlife in the bay. A trip on the Provincetown Ferry will make your vacation even more memorable and special by offering you sights and experiences you otherwise wouldn’t have. If you’re traveling with children, they’ll enjoy safely exploring the ferry while you relax on the deck or in the cabin.
You’ll Have More Time to Explore Provincetown
Because the Provincetown Ferry is much faster than driving, you’ll have more time to take in the sights and attractions of Provincetown. You can use that time to visit one of the many beautiful beaches along the coast, or shop for souvenirs, artwork, and gifts in Provincetown’s eclectic shops. You’ll even have time for a whale watching excursion or deep-sea fishing charters.
At Captain John Whale Watching and Fishing Tours, we operate the P-Town Fast Ferry in Plymouth . Our ferry will get you from Plymouth to Provincetown in just one and a half hours, and our experienced ferry staff can give you expert advice on the best attractions and activities to check out while you’re in Provincetown. For information on our ferry rates and departure times, call us today at (508) 927-5575.
If you’re planning a Massachusetts vacation, the trip won’t be complete without checking out the amazing attractions on Cape Cod. Take a whale watching tour, book a fishing charter, or take the ferry from Plymouth to Provincetown for a fun, interesting day trip.
Watch this video to get great ideas for your Cape Cod vacation. With beautiful beaches to explore, fishing and whale watching tours, and amazing shopping and dining opportunities, it will be hard to fit everything in.
For great advice on what to see and do around Cape Cod, contact us at Captain John Whale Watching and Fishing Tours. We provide educational and exciting whale watching excursions, deep-sea fishing for novice and experienced fishermen, and a P- Town Fast Ferry from Plymouth to Provincetown. Call us today at (508) 927-5575 for more information.
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