Flyer's Boatyard offers rental moorings in Provincetown Harbor for boats from six feet to 100' long, and you can rent a mooring for a few hours right up to the entire season.You can feel confident knowing that your boat will be tied to a mooring that has been inspected from top to block at the beginning of every season and again in mid-season by Flyer's skilled mooring and dive staff. Mooring penants are checked for wear and tear at least twice daily.
Flyer's has the largest fleet of boats for rent on Cape Cod, offering a wide range of craft to get you out on the beautiful and sheltered Provincetown Harbor. We have power boats from 9.9hp bayboats to 50hp speedboats; pontoon boats for larger parties; one-person and two-person ocean kayaks and sailboats from fun Sunfish to sturdy day-sail Rhodes 19s.
We also offer sailing lessons and private sunset and party cruises. We have considerable experience at organizing small wedding parties by boat as well as beach grill-outs. Memorial services are also respectfully accommodated by our Coast Guard licensed captains.
There is excellent fishing for striped bass, bluefish, fluke, flounder and tautog throughout the harbor as well as sightseeing, lighthouses, swimming, picnicking or just relaxing on remote beaches far from busy summer roads and crowds. Boaters often enjoy the sights of harbor seals, dolphins and ocean sunfish and even on occasion whales.
*PLEASE NOTE: We charge a 40' minimum.
Very communicative, On time pickup at the mooring - very friendly staff. Highly recommend.
Well maintained moorings and an accommodating staff. Been using them for years and will continue to do so.
We had no issues. People were very friendly. Water lever at the dock at low tide is limiting but we new that going in. They are talking about extending the docks over the off season to remove the low water issue. The showers could use some updating.
Very pleasant. Pulled in and pick up our mooring with absolutely no problems. Never had an issue, and a very pleasant stay for the week.
Fabulous location and can't beat the view.
The mooring was expensive and the dinghy dock was high and dry at low tide. However the guys on the dinghy dock moved my dinghy to somewhat deeper water where we were able to punt (not motor) out to deeper water. That was nice of them.
The stay was fine but when we wanted to cancel our Sunday reservation we could not get anyone on the phone.
Not protected at all, so bouncy I got seasick and our boat is a 40ft sailboat. Go only on calm days. Also, beware launch at their dock was a pontoon boat and tide was out so they had us wade knee deep in the water to get to pontoon! Luckily we learned they have another drop off dock on the other side of town. Half the price of the pricier moorings in the harbor though and staff was really nice.
Great launch service. Great staff. Stayed on a far out mooring and with the East wind rocked and rolled all night. Not very protected with winds from this general direction.
I had a wonderful stay at the Flyers mooring field Saturday night. Sunday morning woke to 3 footers in the harbor and decided it was too much for the dinghy ride in to town.. Called the launch and they picked up promptly in adverse conditions... All staff was very friendly!
The moorings are in excellent shape, the location is plenty close to town, and the heads are basic but clean. The best part is the staff who are all very friendly and helpful. Of special note is Malcolm who does a super job!
Flyer's was a disappointment. Plenty of empty moorings; but was assigned a mooring far from shore and poor protection from weather. Staff not responsive. Dingy Dock is dry at low tide ! We used the Provincetown dingy dock which is well maintained. Next visit will use the Provincetown Marina.
Very nice place to stay. Convienent to the Main Street in P Town. Love that this is a family business for many years and all the staff is family & close friends. Everyone is extremely knowledgable, polite and helpful. Beware that this is a mooring field only with no shelter. Not fun in a storm & many with no respect for a "no wake zone."
Staff is very friendly. The launch service that runs from 8am until 11pm on most days - they did have some breaks in between but were very good about giving everyone advanced notice of breaks in service. The facilities are ok - there are showers which were a little glitchy (doesn't always recognize all of your quarters so bring extra) - and they also sell ice but that is all for "on location" provisions. Could be tricky to bring your own dinghy to the dock at low tide as it is extremely shallow - they switch their launch over to a pontoon and even that got stuck in the mud a little during a low tide. - we had a really nice stay