Travel dates set for latest trend in luxury transportation.

PROVINCETOWN, Mass. –  The Provincetown 365 Committee and Bay State Cruise Company have announced a LimoLiner service to debut in October that introduces a new transportation mode between Boston and Provincetown. The experimental transportation alternative could secure future plans for furthering Provincetown 365’s initiatives for helping support a thriving year-round community in Provincetown.

The Bay State Cruise Company is adding two weekends of service to their fall schedule. Following the conclusion of the ferry season, Monday, Oct. 18, the company has chartered the luxurious LimoLiner fleet to stand in for the ferries on Friday nights, Oct. 23 and Oct. 30 from Boston, and Sunday early evenings, Oct. 25 and Nov. 1 from Provincetown.
The LimoLiner is equipped with a spacious limo cabin replete with food and beverage service, WiFi and your own service attendant. Travelers are encouraged to reserve spaces as soon as possible to secure one of the 28 large, comfortable seats on board.
Bay State Cruise Company is selling tickets aboard the LimoLiner through their website and Boston and Provincetown ticket offices. Prices for the LimoLiner will be the same as the ferry, and travel times will vary between 2 hours and 10 minutes to 2 hours and 45 minutes.
The LimoLiner launches in time for Halloween in Provincetown, a signature annual event in the place Travel and Leisure named one of “America’s Quirkiest Towns” and what Fodor’s Travel named one of the “10 Best Small Towns in America.” Halloween revelers can make it to Provincetown in style on the LimoLiner to join fellow fright figures by the thousands in America’s First Destination, the eerie village where it all began 400 years ago with the landing of the Pilgrims and the signing of the Mayflower Compact in Provincetown Harbor.
To book a luxurious LimoLiner ride from Boston to Provincetown on Friday nights, Oct. 23 and Oct. 30, and a trip from Provincetown to Boston on Sunday early evenings, Oct. 25 and Nov. 1, travelers can visit or the Bay State Cruise Company ticket offices in Boston and Provincetown.