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All Cape Boat Rentals give you a chance to cruise the Cape in a Whaler
New company offers one hour, one day or all season rentals on Hyannis Harbor
By Walter Brooks
Finally residents and summer visitors can see Cape Cod from the water in a beautiful new 17-foot Whaler.
And you can start doing it now from All Cape Boat Rentals on Hyannis Harbor.
This company is a locally-owned and operated business which began in 2006 with one 17-foot Boston Whaler that was run around the Cape to service vacationers renting homes with docks or private moorings.
Owner Jake Dewey of Hyannis, was born in Natick but spent summers on the Cape and eventually turned into a year-round resident. His partner is Sean Holmes of Dennis who is a graduate of Mass Maritime, and was born and raised in Yarmouth.
Now with 9 boats and expanding the fleet regularly, they are offering rentals in Hyannis Harbor. And you can now rent a Whaler hourly, weekly, monthly or even a seasonal boat rental for private rental homes.
All Whaler fleet
Their rental fleet consists entirely of Boston Whaler boats.
Long known as the 'Unsinkable Legend,' All Cape Boat Rental's entire fleet is made up of Boston Whalers.
Because of their strong reputation as the safest and most durable boats which have stood the test of time, All Cape chose to use Boston Whalers exclusively.
Delivery to your location
You can rent a whaler to explore Hyannis Harbor for an hour, or rent one for your vacation home for the entire boating season. They'll even delivery a Whaler to your mooring or dock in any town on Cape Cod from the Cape Cod Canal to the Cape-tip.
Even better, why not come down to their location at the end of School Street (off South Street) in Hyannis right below the Steamship Authority just before the Dockside Restaurant.
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