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,Provincetown Harbor is a large natural harbor located off of the town of Provincetown, Massachusetts. The harbor is mostly 30 to 90 feet (27 m) deep and stretches roughly one mile from north to south and two miles (3 km) from east to west, i.e., one large, deep bowl with no dredged channel necessary for boats to enter and exit.

A tall green buoy east of Long Point (i.e., the tip of Cape Cod) marks the entrance to Provincetown Harbor from Cape Cod Bay.

In the picture, the West End Breakwater, or dike, built in 1911 by the US Army Corps of Engineers, is open to the public for walking and exploring the tip of the Cape Cod peninsula.

The dike is located immediately in front of the Pilgrim First Landing park in Provincetown.