508-477-8600. They offer transportation to and from Woods Hole, Hyannis, Nantucket, and New Bedford daily year-round. Steamship Authority boats dock in the town of Vineyard Haven in the winter, and both Vineyard Haven and Oak Bluffs in the summer. They service passengers, cars, trucks and buses.
800.492.8082 They offer year-round high-speed ferry service from Hyannis to Oak Bluffs in 50 minutes, and traditional service to and from Hyannis and Nantucket to Oak Bluffs seasonally. Passengers only. Seastreak, Martha’s Vineyard Fast Ferry
888-683-3779 They offer year-round daily passenger-only express ferry service from New Bedford to Martha's Vineyard. It's a one-hour trip to either Oak Bluffs in summer or Vineyard Haven in winter. Reservations are recommended. The Island Queen
401-295-4040 They offer a seasonal fast-ferry service from Quonset Point, RI to Oak Bluffs aboard a 400-passenger high-speed catamaran. Quonset Point is 15 minutes away from the Providence (PVD) Airport or 20 minutes from Amtrak (KIN). The ferry service offers first-class amenities, advance reservations, and dockside parking. May-Oct., with 2 to 3 round-trips daily.
From New York and points South: To New Bedford - Follow Route I-95 North to Providence, then take I-195 East. To Falmouth and Woods Hole - From I-195 East take Route 25 East, cross the Bourne Bridge, and follow Route 28 South. To Hyannis - From I-195 East take Route 25 East and then follow Route 6.
From Boston and points North: Take Route 3 to the Sagamore Bridge. To Hyannis - Follow Route 6 East. To Falmouth and Woods Hole - Take Route 6 West to Buzzards Bay (Bourne), cross the Bourne Bridge, and follow Route 28 South.
Alternate route from Boston and points North: Follow I-95 to Route 24. To New Bedford - take 24 and I-195 East. To Falmouth and Woods Hole - take 24 to I-495, I-495 to Buzzards Bay (Bourne), cross the Bourne Bridge, and follow Route 28 South. If you are planning to bring your car over to the Island, you must have a reservation for the ferry. Book these as early as possible! Visit www.steamshipauthority.com or call 508-477-8600.
If you are planning to bring your car over to the Island, you must have a reservation for the ferry. Book these as early as possible! Visit The Steamship Authority or call 508-477-8600.
If you choose to leave your car on the mainland, you can park in the area maintained by the Steamship Authority in Falmouth, or in areas maintained by the other ferry operators in New Bedford, Falmouth, and Hyannis. Be sure to allow time to get from the parking areas to the boat. In summer months you should allow no less than 30 minutes from parking to arrive at the boat.
Year-round bus service to Woods Hole and the Steamship Authority port is available from Boston (South Station and Logan Airport), from New York (The Port Authority), and from Providence (Kennedy Plaza or Providence Bus Terminal) daily.
Cape Air flies year-round scheduled plane service to the Martha’s Vineyard Airport from Boston, Hyannis, Nantucket, New Bedford, MA, and Providence, RI and White Plains, NY. Charter services also are available, and the airport has facilities for private planes. M.V. Airport is located in the center of the Island. Taxis and cars can be hired at the terminal.
Jet Blue will be flying directly to MVY starting this spring. The destinations they will be flying from are not all disclosed at this time. We will update this page as the information becomes available.
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