Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises
A must do activity while on the Cape! Cruise through calm waters of Cape Cod Bay on the way to Provincetown to see whales emerging from the bay. A must do activity!
Enjoy scenic views of the shore including Sandy Neck on the way out to the whale feeding grounds. The ride may be too long for little kids. Snacks served on board and the boat is very clean.
This is a great day trip with almost 100% chance to see the whales. Make sure to bring your camera.
“In Hyannis you can catch a ferry to either Martha’s Vineyard or Nantucket. Be sure to book ahead in the summer the boats do fill up quickly. ”
“A great mix of locals and visitors with dependable good dining--relaxing dining with a lively bar in a very beautiful historic building. Top notch!”
“Beautiful Over the Water Dining and great sunsets, make reservations. Food is good, ambiance is better.”
Grocery or Supermarket
“In addition to being a great first night stop for essential groceries, they have great pizza and deli counter. ”
“In 1950, the Cape Cod Music Circus (now the Cape Cod Melody Tent) became the third musical tent to open in the US. For over 60 years, the Cape Cod Melody Tent has been presenting world-class entertainment in scenic Hyannis. One of only two continuously-operated tent theatres in the round in the United States, the Melody Tent is owned and operated by the South Shore Playhouse Associates, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to encouraging and supporting the arts, cultural and educational organizations throughout the communities of the South Shore and Cape Cod.”