Author: Beth Healy [The Boston Globe]
The ferry is teeming with weekend travelers, cyclists, and a few lucky dogs, anxious to leave behind Boston’s steamy streets for the cool breezes of Provincetown.
As the Salacia casts off from Long Wharf, horn blaring and engines rumbling, there comes a welcome voice over the intercom, that calming brogue of summer. Donal O’Sullivan is in his 14th year as concierge on the idyllic 90-minute boat ride to the tip of Cape Cod, avoiding the hassle of summer traffic.
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