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Provincetown is at the northern tip of Cape Cod, Massachusetts with lovely beaches adorned with sand dunes.
This seaside town is on the site of the Mayflower’s historic landing in 1620, commemorated by the towering Pilgrim Monument and neighboring Provincetown Museum worth a visit not far from the Masthead.
Provencetown is known as a longtime haven for artists, alternative life style folk.
Numerous galleries plus restaurants, nightclubs, cabarets and specialty shops are clustered on and around lively Commercial Street.
Located forty miles out to sea at the tip of Cape Cod, Provincetown is one of the world’s natural deep water harbors ~ a refuge for boats of all shapes and sizes, large and deep enough to accomodate cruise ships.
Provincetown has always taken its life from the sea, but it’s the harbor which has defined its' history, and Portuguese fishing heritage and reputation as a world class tourist destination.
MacMillan Warf is Provincetown’s major transportation hub ~ ferries from Boston bring lots of people here, and excursions of all types depart daily to explore the Harbor, the National Seashore and Stellwagen National Marine Sanctuary.
Here you’ll find Harbormaster Office, the Fishing Fleet, Anchorage, Courtesy Float, Pump Out Station, Public Restrooms, Museum, and Art Stores.
Your kitchen has a microwave.
Is fully equiped.
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