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Town of Provincetown




Harbormaster


Rex McKinsey

Administrative Assistant
Ellen C. Battaglini

Assistant Harbormasters
Luis Ribas

Primary Patrol Vessel
Edgewater 245
Alcar Environmental 21
30' crane barge "Cavalo Marinho"


Provincetown Harbor
, formed by a turn in the northern end of the hook of Cape Cod, has a diameter of about 2 miles. It is one of the best harbors on the Atlantic Coast, having a sizable anchorage area in depths of 12 to 57 feet with excellent holding ground. Coasters and fishermen find protection here in gales from any direction.

The historical town of Provincetown, on the northwestern side of the harbor, is at the site of the first landing of the MAYFLOWER in the New World. It is the home port of numerous fishing, lobster, charter, pleasure, and sightseeing boats. Provincetown boasts the oldest arts colony in America and is an eclectic summer resort.

VHF Hailing Channel
9 or 16

VHF Working Channel
12 & 16

Phone
508-487-7030

Emergency Phone
911

Fax
508-487-7005

Email
rmckinsey@provincetown-ma.gov
ebattaglini@provincetown-ma.gov

Website
Provincetown Harbor & Pier

Address
Harbormaster
Provincetown Town Hall
260 Commercial Street
Provincetown, Massachusetts 02657


Click to see MacMillan Wharf Plan
    Pumpout Boat 30' crane barge "Cavalo Marinho"


Community Information

Maps

Marine Info

Weather

Yacht Clubs & Marinas


Provincetown Harbormaster main patrol boat is an Edgewater 245
Provincetown Harbor is located at the tip of Cape Cod.

 

Video of Provincetown Harbor


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