Nice folks running the operation (unless they accidentally mistake you for someone else stealing an mooring without a reservation!) and launch service was fairly quick and convenient. Don't bother calling anyone via phone for info, the shop doesn't seem to know anything about the moorings. Just hail on VHF Channel 11. These moorings are a bit far from the town dinghy dock if you care to stay in town past 11pm (when the launch stopped running this particular holiday weekend). Limited protection from the wind (not specific to Flyer's Moorings) due to the size and shape of the harbor. Great prices compared to Provincetown Marina, which although nice, is a huge ripoff now as of summer 2019.
Very friendly, relatively protected and quiet mooring. Dinghy dock was small but fine, I imagine it would be crazy in the middle of the summer. Water barge was not in yet, so water was a pain...that's the only thing that could have been better!
Great spot, good facilities, very nice staff. Will definitely stay here again.
Good slips, nice protected area. Little funny where the pedestals were (up high off the floating dock on the boardwalk behind), but not an issue. People were very nice. Facilities were fine, but could use some sprucing up. Be aware it's literally right next to a club and a bar. Wasn't loud on Thursday night, but I assume it would be loud Fri/Sat. Would stay again.
Nice little marina with good facilities and friendly, helpful staff. Just far away enough from the main town to be quiet and peaceful at night, but only a short walk to all the action. Make sure you look carefully at the depth chart when approaching especially at low tide (very shallow on port side approach outside channel).