. 2.5 hours driving from Logan Airport in Boston to the Provincetown Inn
. 2.5 hours driving from T.F. Green Airport in Warwick, R.I. (near
Plan on around $294round trip.
.Note 1: Some conferees have found it cheaper to book their flight directly to Provincetown via Jet Blue, which partners with Cape Air. You'll still change planes at Logan, but through-booking should offer a better price.
Note 2: You may find that you can get a better deal via Expedia.com, Kayak.com, Farespotter.net or other travel site, depending on when you plan to travel.
If you wish to rent a car, Enterprise has cars available--but you must reserve as a limited number are typically available. (Do you need a car? See my comments at the very bottom of this post.)
20 minutes from
Fast Ferries to Provincetown
Bay State Cruises
The schedule for this line seems to offer more trips at this time of year
. Travel time: 90-minutes
. Departures from Boston are at 8:00 am, 1:00 and 5:30 pm daily
. From Provincetown: 6:30 and 10:30 am, 3:00 and 7:30 pm
. One way: $59; round trip: 88 (Seniors get a lower price; ask)
. Directions here
. One caveat: A crossing can be a bit unpleasant if the bay is rough. Come prepared with anti-nausea medication (scopolamine patch or Dramamine) or my favorite, Sea Bands, available at Target, which activate accupressure points without drugs)
. If the company determines that the crossing will be too rough, you will board a bus and be taken directly to McMillar Wharf in Provincetown, where the ferry normally disembarks
This company also goes to Provincetown but seems to have a more limited schedule than Bay State
. One way: $58; round trip: $88 (Seniors get a lower price; ask)
. Directions here
. The Inn is at the very end of
. Thinking of renting a car in P-Town? Enterprise in the franchise, and you have to reserve. You'd pick up the car at the airport. But unless you are planning to drive around the