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Whale Watching on Cape Cod

Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises-Barnstable

269 Millway Barnstable MA  1 (800) 287-0374

Hyannis Whale Watch Cruises is a 6 mile 15 minute drive from our properties.  They are located near the Mattacheese Wharf Restaurant a nice place to have a coctail, lunch or dinner.   (reservations recommended in Summer for dinner-very popular.)  If you take this trip you will have a longer boat ride out to where the whales are.  Fun boat trip and then whales. The season kicks off on April 14th -remember if its early in the season or if its cool, make sure you have some warmer clothing than you think-its breezy out there on the ocean.  On your trip to the watch you will drive on part of the Rte 6A Historic Old King’s Highway

Dolphin Fleet Whale Watches-Provincetown

307 Commercial St #1, Provincetown, MA 02657(508) 240-3636

You will have a longer drive and a shorter boat trip.  The two main ways to get there are Rte 6 (faster) and Rte 6A the Historic Old Kings Highway.  Shorter boat trip is better if you tend to get seasick.  Once in Provincetown a colorful place, there are plenty of places to shop or eat either before or after your trip.  Whichever Whale watching option you decide to select, you are sure to have a great time.