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Hand Cut Fries At The Seaport Grill At Cruiseport

I didn’t even know that the Seaport Grill had opened at Cruiseport.  Swung by yesterday for a fantastic lunch.

Hand cut fries tossed with truffle oil, fresh parmesan and parsley.  This was so rich it could easily be shared by three people along with your meal.  Or made a meal unto itself.

Life Boat On The Prince Albert II

Here is one of the life boat’s from the Prince Albert II which was in town this weekend.  I’d like to see how it gets lowered into the water.  I wonder if it slides right down those rails and splashes down or if it is lowered in a controlled fashion.

Liferaft On The Prince Edward II, originally uploaded by captjoe06.

 

Stephanie Buckner and Gordan Michaels Mates On The Glou-PTown Ferry

Here are two of the crewmates Stephanie and Gordon aboard the ferry to Provincetown.  They were both very friendly and accommodating, posing for pictures for the blog.  This picture is in the galley where they serve food for the two and a half hour trip.

Gordon is a singer and will be performing in Gloucester soon.

Gloucester To Provincetown Ferry

Here is the loading ramp which looks to be very handicapped accessible.

They say the trip is worth it for the whale watching alone. A mate described Provincetown  as Bearskin Neck type destination times four.  He also told me there are many activities you can do in Provincetown outside of the tourist section.

Gloucester To Provincetown Ferry At Cruiseport Gloucester

Gloucester To PTown Ferry, originally uploaded by captjoe06.

Here’s a picture of the Gloucester To Provicetown Ferry run out of Cruiseport Gloucester. It departs daily at 8:30AM for the 2 and a half hour cruise down to P Town and back.

Not a bad little adventure to take.

Gloucester To P-Town Ferry Service

Gloucester To PTown Ferry

In case you haven’t heard, there will be a daily ferry running from Cruiseport Gloucester to P-Town.

From Richard Gaines at The Gloucester Daily Times-

Ferries will depart Gloucester from Cruiseport on Rowe Square off Flanagan Square at the Main and Rogers streets split each day at 8:30 a.m. The return trip from Provincetown leaves at 4:30 p.m.

Travel time is 21/2 hours, most of it crossing through Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary.”

Here is the Boston Harbor Cruises website with the schedule and pricing information

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