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Water Sports in Provincetown

Boat Tours of Cape Cod

Provincetown obviously has a thriving art and culture scene, as well as frequent events throughout the year. But don't forget that you are minutes away from the most famous water landmark in America–Cape Cod. As such, you can hop in the water from the many beaches on the coast.

Water sports are a great activity to pass your time with your loved ones or friends. Whether you have brought your own equipment, or you're renting or paying for a day on a charter, there is unlimited fun potential when you're out on the open water. Let's see what you can do!

Monomoy Island Excursions

How much is a Monomoy Island Excursion?

  • Adult: $42 per adult
  • Child (4-12 years old): $40 per child
  • Infant (0-3 years old): $10 per infant


Want to start your Massachusetts vacation right? Start off your trip with a cruise to see seals! You'll get the chance to hop in a boat and ride down to Monomoy Island. This sliver of land was dedicated to the preservation of local wildlife and migratory birds. It's the perfect getaway to get away from the hustle and bustle of Massachusetts.

What animals can you see on a Monomoy Island Excursion?

Obviously, you also get to see the seals. These blubbery "water doggos" are graceful creatures in the water, but you are most likely to see them congregating on the shores. It's truly a sight to behold. You'll also get a chance to see other creatures in the water, like some of the aforementioned migratory birds and maybe a shark if you're lucky! Bring a camera, you won't want to miss capturing these unforgettable moments.

If you have any questions about materials to bring, check out the seal cruise's website.

Cape Cod Fishing Charters

As mentioned before, deep sea fishing is one of the most popular activities in Cape Cod. As such, there are plenty of fishing charters you can rent or board so you can have a fantastic fishing experience.

How much is a fishing charter in Cape Cod?

The price of the boat will depend on the kind of fish you are looking for, the amount of time you want to spend on the water, and the time of year. For example, $600 will allow you to rent a charter for three hours if you are searching for striped bass.

Knowing what you owe the charter can get confusing, so look at their website for rates as you plan your Cape Cod vacation! Additionally, make sure you have your fishing license so you can keep some of your treasures.

Things to Do in Cape Cod

Want some basic ideas of the water sports you can try when you arrive in Provincetown? Take a dive into our list below, and figure out where you can get the necessary equipment or reserve a tour for yourself.

Sailboating

Nothing is more adventurous than sailing on the open sea using a classic sailboat. In Provincetown, this fantasy can be your reality. If you are well-aware of how to sail, you can rent a boat through Sail Cape Cod.

If you'd rather just be along for the ride, you can reserve a spot on the Hindu Schooner. Both of these are on the Provincetown Pier, so check them out!

Parasailing

While you may enjoy being on the water itself, you may want a chance to be far above it. arasailing can be a relaxing and beautiful way to experience Provincetown from a different perspective. While parasailing can be pricey, it is a lot of fun. Look at the Provincetown Parasail website for more info.

Kayaking

Kayaking is one of the most accessible ways to experience the ocean without needing your own boat! Paddling around the shore, exploring the ins and outs of Cape Cod, this is what life is all about.

Kayaking is affordable, and equipment can be rented at Provincetown AquaSports or Flyers Boat Rentals. Learn more down below.

Paddleboard Rental

Alternatively, you may also want a paddleboard to explore the ocean waves. Paddleboards are rented out through Provincetown AquaSports, so check in with them if you are interested.

Pontoon Boat Rentals

The best way to party on the ocean is through a pontoon boat, as it gives you plenty of space to relax, fish, jam out to music, and more! Flyer's Boat Rentals is the place you need to contact if this interests your group.

Sportfishing

Flyers Boat Rentals also rent out sportfishing boats. Make sure you have the proper permits, and then get ready for the fishing trip of a lifetime!

Water Sport Rentals

If you are traveling to Cape Cod for Provincetown, it's likely you aren't coming with your equipment loaded up. As such, you need to know where to rent water equipment. Here are the main two water sports stores that you can rent from.

Provincetown AquaSports

Address: 333R Commercial St #1, Provincetown
Hours
Every Day: 9AM - 6PM

Rental Prices
1 Person Sit On Top Kayak:
0-4 Hours $30
4-9 Hours $50

Standard Paddle Boards:
0-4 Hours: $30
4-9 Hours: $50

2 Person Sit On Top Kayak:
0-4 Hours: $50
4-9 Hours: $70

Premium Paddle Board:
0-4 Hours: $50
4-9 Hours: $70

1 Person Sit In Kayak:
0-4 Hours: $50
4-9 Hours: $70

Flyers Boat Rentals

Address: 131 Commercial St, Provincetown
Hours
Every Day: 8AM - 6PM

Rental Prices
Pontoon Boats (10 people MAX)
4 Hour Rental: $500
8 Hour Rental: $750

Sportfishing Boat (6 people MAX)
4 Hour Rental: $500
8 Hour Rental: $750

Rhodes 19 Sailboat (6 people MAX)
2 Hour Rental: $150
4 Hour Rental: $250
8 Hour Rental: $300

Now that you have all the information about water sports in Provincetown, you can feel assured that your vacation is on calm waters.


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Ready to Enjoy a Boat Tour on Cape Cod?


Taking a boat trip on Cape Cod is a ton of fun. Whether you do it for sport, to discover nature, or just to have a fun time with family, the Massachusetts' waters have you covered. Book your stay at White Porch Inn, and enjoy everything the waters around Cape Cod have to offer!