There are few better ways to enjoy the summer than by going on vacation, and there are few better summertime spots to visit than Cape Cod. There is always plenty of fun to be had from deep sea fishing trips to whale watching excursions. You can also visit plenty of sandy beaches. Here is a closer look at some of the top reasons to visit Cape Cod this summer.
If you are interested in fishing, Cape Cod is a great place for you to go on vacation. Book a deep sea fishing trip and spend a few hours enjoying the open ocean. Learn tips from experienced fishermen like Captain John, and meet other people who also love to fish. Be sure to bring your best rod, plenty of bait, and your fishing skills and see what you can catch. It may even pay off to practice your technique before the big event.
Maybe fishing is not quite your thing, but you still love to be on the water. In this case, consider going on a whale watching tour with Captain John Whale Watching and Fishing Tours. Seeing a whale in person is an incredible experience, and you may even get to hear some of them sing. Be sure to bring sunblock even if the weather appears to be chilly, and dress in layers so you can adapt to the changing temperature.
Reading a book or having a cocktail on the beach is many people’s idea of a dream vacation, and you can live that dream in Cape Cod. Enjoy your summer right by relaxing and working on your tan, or have a family game of beach volleyball. Soaking up the vitamin D can even enhance your mood.
Are you planning on visiting Cape Cod this summer? If you are, call Captain John Whale Watching and Fishing Tours at (508) 927-5575. We are proud to offer deep sea fishing trips and whale watching in Plymouth. For more information about our fishing charters, please feel free to visit our website or stop by and see us.
Whale watching in Plymouth is a special event, which makes it a suitable way to celebrate your special occasion. If you are organizing a large group of people to go on a whale watching tour, chartering a private trip with Captain John Whale Watching and Fishing Tours may be your best bet. Read on to find out when to charter a private trip.
Chartering a private trip can be a great choice for many occasions, from school field trips to bachelor parties. Captain John Whale Watching and Fishing Tours has a fleet of 80-foot ships that are perfect for groups of up to 70 people. This can be ideal for dual class field trips, providing the perfect mix of education and entertainment. A private trip can also be a great getaway for adults; we have liquor licenses and can help you arrange for catering.
When you decide to charter a private trip, call Captain John Whale Watching and Fishing Tours at (508) 927-5587. We are dedicated to providing the Plymouth area with high quality deep sea fishing and whale watching excursions. If you live in the area, feel free to stop by and see us or visit our website for more information.
Captain John Whale Watching & Fishing Tours sails from gorgeous, historic Plymouth Harbor. Our various vessels can accommodate groups as large as 250 for unique cruises through the Cape Cod Canal and out into Massachusetts Bay. A private charter boat, incorporating a whale watching excursion or even some fishing, is the perfect venue for a diverse array of events, such as a college or high school class reunion, a wedding rehearsal or reception, a bachelor or bachelorette party, a family reunion, and much more.
To inquire about rates and availability for private charters , call Captain John Whale Watching & Fishing Tours at (508) 927-5587. We will find the perfect ship for your event and provide you with a friendly, experienced crew to serve you and ensure that you enjoy your time at sea.
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