Cape Cod Lifesaving Stations surf boat being delivered. Photo/Video Capture.
CapeCodOnline: An open, wooden boat from the 1930s that was used to save victims of Cape Cod shipwrecks has found a new home in Provincetown.
The 26’ “surf boat” was moved Friday to the Old Harbor Life-Saving Station at Race Point Beach, in the Cape Cod National Seashore.
Read more about the restored surf boat moved to the Old Harbor Life-Saving Station in Provincetown.
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