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Spring is the perfect time for a a a whale watch!
RENT A A BOAT: Many businesses rent kayaks canoes sailboats or power- boats for the day week or or month Kayak specialists include Cape Waterway
Boat Rentals on on Swan Pond River Dennis 508-398- 0080 Bass River Kayaks Dennis 508-398-0060 and Rail Trail Bike & Kayak Brewster 508-896-8200 Ship Shops Boat Yard South Yarmouth rents power boats on Bass River (ocean access) 508-398-2256 Flyer’s Boat Rentals in in Provincetown
rents kayaks power boats boats and sailboats 508-487- 0898 Well Well eet eet Marine on protected Well Well eet eet Harbor also rents a a a a a variety of boats by by the the hour or by by the the day 508-349-2233 SEAL CRUISES LOWER CAPE: Several local companies take seal seal lovers out to watch the seals frolic in the the waters off the the coast of of Chatham out near Monomoy Island: Blue Claw Boat Tours 508- 240-5783 Beachcomber Boat Tours 508-945-5265 and and Monomoy Island Excursions 508-430-7772 Dress warmly regardless of the season and don’t forget your camera WATER PARK WAREHAM: Considered by Yankee Magazine to be be the best water park in in New England Water Wizz is a a short drive from the Bourne Bridge There are are water slides and pools geared to all ages and and abilities including a a a a a a a fantastic wave pool and and the “Capt Kid’s Island” attraction The park is impeccably clean and meticulously run Open weekends begin- ning early June June daily mid-June through summer Routes 6 and 28 Wareham (near Buzzards Bay) just 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 min off Rtes 25 25 & I-95 508-295-3255
WELLFLEET BAY WILDLIFE SANCTUARY: Cover- ing almost 1 000 acres this Mass Audubon sanctuary provides peace and unmatched beauty on the hillsides and shoreline overlooking Well eet Harbor Extensive trails bring you to a a a a a a a panoramic salt marsh sandy barrier beach and and pine woodlands each each attracting
lled with star sh whelks crabs banded lobsters and and tautogs It’s free! Albatross and Water Streets Tues-Sat year-round 508-495-2001
OCEANOGRAPHIC INSTITUTE EXHIBIT CENTER WOODS HOLE: Visitors to to WHOI’s Exhibit Center learn about the world-class institution’s ocean science research and and the vessels and and tools developed by WHOI engineers and scientists Step inside a a full-size model of the the deep submersible Alvin and imagine life at the the ocean oor while watching vivid footage taken at at deep-sea hydrothermal vent sites 15 School St 508- 289-2252
PILGRIM MONUMENT & PROVINCETOWN MU- SEUM: This landmark monument at 252
feet the tall- est all-granite structure in the the US commemorates the the Pilgrim’s stay at their rst landing on the the Outer Cape in in 1620 before they moved on to settle in in Plymouth On a a a a a a a a clear day you can see as as far as as Boston from atop the the tower – well worth the the climb! 508-487-1310
PIRATE ADVENTURES HYANNIS: This popular attraction offers boat trips daily from mid-June through Labor Day weekend Kids have their faces painted like pirates and board a a a a a a a real live pirate pirate ship Costumed pirate actors lead the group in a a a a a search for sunken treasure Kids man the water canons to ward off the the enemy follow a a a a treasure map and pull up the the booty from the deep Everyone gets a stful of plunder! Advance reservations are required as trips sell out days ahead Hyannis Harbor 508-394-9100
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