Under new ownership in 2016 Provincetown Marina, the only private marina in the harbor, has undergone a complete renovation with new docks, piles, and breakwaters. The marina now offers 100 slips with dockage for vessels up to 400’ and 85 deep water moorings. A new electrical service provides 30, 50, & 100-amp service. All marina guests get to enjoy the outdoor Captain’s Lounge with flat screen TV’s and fire pits. Facilities include new bathrooms, showers, laundry room, and a dog shower for our furry friends. We have 24/7 supervision, paid parking and friendly launch service. Our on-site fuel dock offers both Valvetech gasoline and marine diesel fuel at competitive prices. We welcome large boating clubs and yacht rendezvous.
The Marina is in short walking distance to the town which hosts exciting events all summer long. Provincetown is known for its incredible array of restaurants, bars and coffee shops. Spend the day shopping on Commercial Street which boasts some of the best art galleries anywhere. At night enjoy a nightclub, a Broadway show, a local theater production or a jazz club. There is something for everyone at Provincetown. Bike or walk to Race Point voted one of the top 25 beaches in the US by TripAdvisor. Or learn about Provincetown history by visiting the Provincetown Museum and climbing the Pilgrim’s Monument. Plan to take a dune tour or visit the local winery. There is so much to see and do you will need to spend at least a couple of days here in Provincetown to take it all in.
2 night minimum for weekend reservations.
The marina performed perfectly. The price of a mooring is the highest I have ever seen in southern Massachusetts, but I knew that before I made the reservation. My only complaint is something the marina has no control over. We were at the part of the mooring field that was closest to shore. It was still a substantial distance to shore, but there was a place on shore with such loud music, the constant drum beat (that went well into the night) made me uncomfortable.
This was our second visit to the Provincetown Marina this summer. It's wonderful. The staff are friendly and helpful. The facilities are modern and very clean. We highly recommend it.
Great crew, excellent facility but a bit oversold. Had to move during the stay. Be back is 2 weeks and looking forward!
We spend a few nights on the moorings. Launch drivers were AMAZING! Incredibly responsive and very helpful. As most of the other reviews have said, its a pretty high price for not a lot. Mooring balls only had one line off them and no floating flag on the pennant to pickup. We were rocked a lot (smaller boats way more) as ferries and fishing boats came in and out of the west end of the break water. Nothing wrong with the marina or services per se, but UNFORTUNATELY, they have a lock on all the space reasonably close to the dock. The night before we left, we anchored in the cove west of the CG station and it was much flatter/nicer. We opted for deep water (~55') away from all the other boats, but with about 325' of rode out, we had no issues. Would have stayed the whole time on anchor, except if there is any chop, its a long dinghy ride back to the town dock. Provincetown itself was great....took our boat to go whale watching and was awesome. Just look for the commercial boats on AIS the night before and go there :)
The new Provincetown Marina is top-shelf. The entire staff is courteous and helpful, always there to get your lines or address any issues. The facility has huge, new concrete docks & wide ramps. The fire pit and outdoor TV lounge area is awesome. Bathrooms are all re-done. Laundry on site. Bike racks installed. Launch service runs late. Not to mention there are endless fun things to do in and around Provincetown. This place is a WIN.
Delightful place in the heart of downtown. Great docks and super power. Staff very attentive and helpful. Price a bit steep. Accommodations good and secure. Only issue is whale watching boats from the next dock are very disturbing when running generators dockside. DOLPHIN VII was a particular offender.
We hadn't been to the Provincetown Marina in a few years and found the new facilities to be a major improvement. The launch drivers were great.
Although the location and facilities are very nice, the staffing is weak. We came in with a difficult wind direction for getting into the slip assigned and there was just one dockhand who appeared to be a little inexperienced. $35 per night for 30 amp service is a rediculously high fee. No hot water in the men's shower at 6 AM. No hands to help down at the gas dock. There was an older guy running the fuel dock who didn't want to come down the ramp. I don't mind paying high rates for quality customer service but I did not feel like I go that at my stay at Provincetown Marina. ASK
This is a premier marina. Excellent facility with tremendous staff. The recent renovations are impressive. Plus PTown is a beautiful port with great restaurants and shops in a beautiful setting
A bit pricey, but much improved accomodations
Upgraded facilities make for a good experience. Professional MGMT and staff.
Clean, new, accommodating, safe, fire pit and and fun social scene. Easy into town
Provincetown as a community is wonderful. Great people, wonderful restaurants with great service, the beaches and national park are so relaxing. The marina has issues, they advertise fire pit that was not turned on. Not enough voltage at the towers to operate your a/c etc. with what you pay definitely not worth the slip fees but the town is. Marina needs to get their quality of service headed in the proper direction
The new owners have made great improvements to this marina. If you haven't been back ion the last year I encourage you to make the trip. New and improved showers, new and expanded docks, updated fuel dock and very relaxing captains lounge.
Launch service was great!!!!!! Mooring prices were a little steep!! Quite a jump from last year. The best feature of your marina is Scott, launch operator #1!!!!!