There are 3 ways to get from Boston to Plymouth Harbor by ferry, bus or plane
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The cheapest way to get from Boston to Plymouth Harbor is to bus and ferry which costs $45 - $75 and takes 5 h 45 min.
The quickest way to get from Boston to Plymouth Harbor is to ferry which costs $94 and takes 4 h 6 min.
No, there is no direct ferry from Boston to Plymouth Harbor. However, there are services departing from World Trade Center Pier, Boston, MA and arriving at Plymouth, MA via Provincetown, MA. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 4 h 6 min.
The distance between Boston and Plymouth Harbor is 33 miles.
The best way to get from Boston to Plymouth Harbor without a car is to ferry which takes 4 h 6 min and costs $94.
It takes approximately 4 h 6 min to get from Boston to Plymouth Harbor, including transfers.
The quickest flight from Boston Airport to Provincetown Airport is the direct flight which takes 30 min.
Cape Air offers flights from Boston Airport to Provincetown Airport.
There are 29+ hotels available in Plymouth Harbor. Prices start at $100 USD per night.
The best way to get from Boston to Boston Airport is to bus which takes 15 min and costs $1 - $20.
What companies run services between Boston, MA, USA and Plymouth Harbor, MA, USA?
There is no direct connection from Boston to Plymouth Harbor. However, you can take the ferry to MacMillan Pier, Provincetown, MA, take the walk to Provincetown, MA, then take the ferry to Plymouth, MA. Alternatively, you can take a vehicle from Boston to Plymouth Harbor via Provincetown, MA in around 5 h 45 min.
Flights from Boston to Provincetown
- Ave. Duration
- 31 min
- Every day
- Estimated price
- $170 - $440
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