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GETTING HERE AND GETTING AROUND ON MARTHA’S VINEYARD
Because the Vineyard is so popular, transportation plans and reservations are of major importance. To assure your passage date, you, or your travel agent, should contact the services below instantly, especially ferries and airlines.
Steamship Authority - Woods Hole to Vineyard Haven. (Oak Bluffs, summer only), 45-minutes.
PASSENGER ONLY FERRIES
Pied Piper - Falmouth-Edgartown Ferry. May-Oct. 45-mins.
Hy-Line Cruises - Hyannis to Oak Bluffs. May-Oct. 1 hour,40 mins.
Hy-Line Cruises - Nantucket to Oak Bluffs. June-Sept. 2 hours, 15 mins.
From New Bedford
New England Fast Ferry - New Bedford to Martha's Vineyard. Year-round. 1 hour.
From Rhode Island
Martha’s Vineyard Fast Ferry - Quonset Point to Oak Bluffs, May–Oct. 90-mins.
From Boston - Route 3 to Sagamore Bridge; Route 6W to Bourne Bridge.
From New York - I-95 to Providence. I-195 East to Route 25 to
Cape Air - From the following locations (same locations are seasonal only) Boston, Hyannis, Nantucket, New Bedford, Providence, Washington D.C. (800) 352-0714, on island (508) 693-2210. www.flycapeair.com
Continental Express - From Boston. June - Sept. (800) 525-0280.
Ocean Wings -(800) 253-5039 charter services.
Direct Flight - (508) 693-6688 charter services.
Providence Airport Connection - Providence Airport (PVD) shut
Peter Pan Bonanza Bus Line - From Boston, New York, Providence. (888) 751-8800.
Amtrak Train Connection - Kingston Train Station shuttle service to and from the Vineyard Fast Ferry terminal. May–Oct.