Victory Cruise New England Provincetown Fishing Pier

Destination: Provincetown / Cape Cod

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Getting to know Provincetown

Provincetown is located on the northern tip of the Cape Cod Peninsula where the Mayflower landed in 1620 before heading to Plymouth. Cape Cod takes its name from Bartholomew Gosnold, who visited Provincetown in 1602, and named the cape after the abundant codfish he found here. Fishing and whaling were for a long time Provincetown’s major industries, but the fishing is now accompanies by a strong tourism and whale-watching industry.

Our All-inclusive Visit

For our shore excursions, guests will enjoy our “Dolphin Fleet” adventure, a whale watching expedition with an onboard naturalist sailing into the deep waters of Cape Cod. In the afternoon, we’ll take a Trolley Tour of Provincetown, including the extraordinary Pilgrim Monument and the Provincetown Museum, which houses the “Mayflower Compact” and other treasures. We then head out of town to visit the remarkable Cape Cod National Seashore with its rolling sand dunes. We’ll end the day in the heart of Provincetown, strolling along Commercial Street and exploring the narrow lanes of the gallery district.

Destination: Provincetown / Cape Cod

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Victory Sailing Dates Which Call Here:

Getting to know Provincetown

Provincetown is located on the northern tip of the Cape Cod Peninsula where the Mayflower landed in 1620 before heading to Plymouth. Cape Cod takes its name from Bartholomew Gosnold, who visited Provincetown in 1602, and named the cape after the abundant codfish he found here. Fishing and whaling were for a long time Provincetown’s major industries, but the fishing is now accompanies by a strong tourism and whale-watching industry.

Our All-inclusive Visit

For our shore excursions, guests will enjoy our “Dolphin Fleet” adventure, a whale watching expedition with an onboard naturalist sailing into the deep waters of Cape Cod. In the afternoon, we’ll take a Trolley Tour of Provincetown, including the extraordinary Pilgrim Monument and the Provincetown Museum, which houses the “Mayflower Compact” and other treasures. We then head out of town to visit the remarkable Cape Cod National Seashore with its rolling sand dunes. We’ll end the day in the heart of Provincetown, strolling along Commercial Street and exploring the narrow lanes of the gallery district.

More about Provincetown…

In the late 19th century, Provincetown became a mecca for artists, who were drawn to the particular quality of Cape Cod light. Art schools were established and it became a common sight to have easels scattered down the beach alongside bathers. Provincetown still hosts the oldest continuous art colony in the US.