Provincetown launch has moorings, they are $55/night and includes launch service
now. There are showers at the marina for a price
. Fuel dock
next to the marina launch dock
(you can tie your dinghy up there is using the moorings but the launch normally runs 8am-11pm).
Call them on channel 9.
Flyers has mooring
also, but I've never used and have heard mixed things about them.
There is water
(for a price) and holding tank
pump out at the short term dock between the wharfs.
There is a good area to anchor
on the other side past the end of the breakwater in about 9-16' of hard pack bottom. Be sure to really set your anchor as I blew across the bay once a couple of years ago when a Gail blew though. If you anchor there there is a dinghy dock on that side of the wharf all the way around from the docks.
You can also anchor out in front of the breakwater area, which is pretty wide open and pretty calm in good weather
, just makes a longer dinghy ride.
There is another anchoring area over by the beach next to Longpoint. It is a pretty far dinghy ride in from there of a mile plus. It's nice there though and has a ton of room. Some say there is a 15' foot section to anchor in, but to me that is getting way too close to the beach and I just anchor in the 50-65' area in the nice and safe open area (watch out for the sand bar that uncovers at mid tide and is a great beach and nicer than the real beach as long as you don't go aground on it).
Place is a blast. Maybe I'll see you as I may go depending on the weather