About the Cape Cod Canal Region
The Cape Cod Canal is a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark. It is the widest sea level canal (without locks) in the world. Ships can save 162 miles by using the Canal instead of having to travel around the tip of Cape Cod. Passage through the Canal is also safer than having to deal with the dangerous shoals and unpredictable currents surrounding the Outer Cape. The maintenance roads that were used during the construction of the Canal are now extensively used for recreational activities such as walking, biking, roller blading and jogging, as well as sport fishing.
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Our Canal Cruise offers:
Three Hour Sightseeing Cruise
Cruises all the way through the Cape Cod Canal, to the Sandwich Boat Basin and returns. Featuring live commentary about the fascinating history and points of interest.
Two Hour Sightseeing Cruise
Cruises 2/3 the distance of the 3 hour sightseeing cruise (above) to the Herring Run and returns. Featuring live commentary about the fascinating history and points of interest.
KIDS RIDE FREE- This is a special 2 hour sightseeing cruise because KIDS RIDE FREE! Available during the summer schedule only at 4:00 pm, Monday through Saturday.
Sunset Cocktail Cruise
A little background music, beautiful sunset and a cash bar. Available during the summer schedule only at 7:00 pm, Tuesday through Thursday.
It’s a singing good time, cruising the Canal, listening to all of your Dixieland favorites with the Bourbon Street Paraders, Available during the summer schedule only at 1:30 pm on Sundays.
There’s nothing cooler than a great live band, watching the sun set, cruising the Canal. Available during the summer schedule only at 8:00 pm on Friday and Saturday evenings. 21+ only.
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Points of Interest: Mass Maritime Academy, Sagamore Bridge, Bourne Bridge, Vertical Lift Railroad Bridge, Gray Gables, US Army Corps of Engineers- Canal Traffic Control Center, Herring Run, Taylor Point, Aptucxet Trading Post, Canal Electric, Scusset Beach Fish Pier, Sandwich Boat Basin and Cape Cod Bay.