Activities in Harwich


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  • Capeshores Charters
    When it comes to prototypical Cape Cod fishermen, Captain Bruce Peters is straight out of central casting. He’s a 16th-generation native with nearly 40 years of fishing experience, an affinity for old-school light tackle, and a 34’ boat named after his mom. At Capeshores Charters in Chatham, he welcomes groups of six aboard the Marilyn S. for seasonal expeditions in search of striped bass, bluefish, or bluefin tuna. Since he supplies all of the rods and reels, passengers can focus on the task at hand: catching some rays, scanning the water for fish, and reeling in the ocean’s bounty of sunken yachts. Captain Bruce takes part in the fun, as well, but as a US Coast Guard Master Captain, safety never strays too far from his thoughts.
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    95 99-1 Barcliff Ave. Extended
    Chatham, MA US
  • Hindsight Sportfishing Charters
    Captain Brett Wilson once caught 60 giant bluefin tuna in one fishing season, a feat that’s more impressive when you realize that each fish weighed 500 pounds on average. Wilson, a second-generation fisherman who started casting at age 10, shares his expertise during half- and full-day fishing trips at Hindsight Sportfishing Charters. Aboard a 42-foot boat, he departs from Rock Harbor in search of bluefin tuna, striped bass, bluefish, and the elusive Poseidon family reunion.
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    Rock Harbor
    Orleans, MA US
  • Helen B Charters
    There's no question that the Helen B is meant for fishing. The 26-foot Florida-built boat boasts ample rod holders, a completely open deck, and an inboard motor so the fishing lines won't get tangled underneath. Alternatively, a 36-footer option allows for longer time offshore with a full head, galley, and areas to rest between intense octopus-arm-wrestling matches. Yet no boat's feature is more important than the man at the helm, and the Helen B's nautical know-it-all is USCG certified captain Chris Viprino. Captain Viprino brings years of local fishing knowledge onto his vessel, and?upon request?he also brings along an experienced mate to assist guests during their trip and clean all of the catches at the end of the day. Once out in the water, anglers turn their attention to a variety of aquatic game: striped bass, bluefish, and tuna just to name a few. When fishing's not on the agenda, Helen B Charters embarks on SCUBA tours, sunset cruises, and sightseeing cruises in search of seals and whales to notarize the captain's sea charts.
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    14 Lockwood Lane
    Orleans, MA US
  • Cape Cod Fishing Charters
    Cape Cod Fishing Charters cast its first line in Provincetown more than 30 years ago. Back then, though, it was known as Top Rod Charters amongst a group of friends and fellow anglers. After a night of fishing, the group would meet at a local diner and compare their catches. The winner, of course, sat at the head of the table and ate for free. But fishing in those days was a very different scene than the ones afforded by the current version of Cape Cod Charters. Today, the company features a fleet of safe, professionally operated boats. Aboard the vessels, groups receive as much or as little instruction as they want, all while using high-quality rods to reel in fish from the water or poke slumbering pirates that float by on inner tubes. Charters chase striped bass, tuna, cod, and more, and sometimes, appearances from seals and breaching whales make the experience all the more exciting.
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    1082 Orleans Rd
    North Chatham, MA US
  • Wequassett Resort and Golf Club
    Sit down with a simple sandwich or salad — Wequassett Resort and Golf Club caters to those craving an all-American meal. At Wequassett Resort and Golf Club, you won't have trouble finding a vegan meal option. Have a big celebration coming up? Consider the private room at Wequassett Resort and Golf Club, perfect for large groups of revelers. Reserve a table ahead of time and avoid the lines. Business casual dress, tasty food and a classic atmosphere makes this a great place for any occasion. Catering services are also available. Wequassett Resort and Golf Club is located in a prime area for those who wish to park in lots. Wequassett Resort and Golf Club is a bit of a splurge at around $50 to $75 for a meal. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all available at Wequassett Resort and Golf Club — swing by for your favorite meal.
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    2173 Route 28
    Harwich, MA US

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