Getting to Martha’s Vineyard


The Steamship Authority

A lifeline to the islands, the Steamship Authority provides year-round ferry service for passengers and vehicles.
Click here for the Steamship Authority's website.

New Bedford to Martha's Vineyard Express Ferry

Offers year round daily passenger-only express ferry service from historic New Bedford to Martha’s Vineyard. One hour trip to Oak Bluffs in summer / Vineyard Haven in winter. Reservations recommended.
http://www.mvexpressferry.com/


Rhode Island - Vineyard Fast Ferry

Martha's Vineyard fast ferry service from Quonset Point, RI to Oak Bluffs. Travel on 400 passenger First-Class high-speed catamaran. Ferry is 15 min. away from the Providence (PVD) Airport or 20 min. from Amtrak (KIN). Call for transportation services and shuttle to and from Amtrak Train Station and Providence Airport. Reservations are highly reccommended.
http://www.vineyardfastferry.com/

The Island Queen

Offers seasonal daily walk-on passenger-only service to and from Falmouth to the town of Oak Bluffs.
http://www.islandqueen.com/

Hy-line Cruises

Offers seasonal daily walk-on passenger-only service to and from Hyannis and Nantucket to the town of Oak Bluffs.
http://www.hy-linecruises.com/


Peter Pan Bus

Tired of driving? Peter Pan bus offers services from New York City, Providence, Boston, and Logan Airport to Woods Hole where you can catch the Steamship Authority ferry.
Click here for the Bonanza Bus website.


Cape Air

Fly to and from the island. Cape Air offers service between Martha's Vineyard and Boston, Providence, Hyannis, and Nantucket.
Click here for the Cape Air website.