Getting Here

The only two ways to get to the island of Martha's Vineyard is by air or by boat.

By Air

Cape Air will fly you directly to the island from Boston, Providence, Hyannis, and Nantucket.
Phone: 1866-Cape-Air
Website: www.cape-air.com

Jet Blue has partnered with Cape Air.
Phone: 1800-Jet-Blue
Website: www.jetblue.com

By Boat

The Steamship Authority is the only boat that offers service to bring your vehicles over to the island. The Steamship Authority operates year round and is approximately a 45 minute ferry ride. The boats dock in Vineyard Haven in the winter and both Oak Bluffs and Vineyard Haven in the summer. To book your vehicle reservation please visit:
Website: www.steamshipauthority.com

Hy-line Cruises operates high speed and traditional ferries to Martha's Vineyard from Hyannis. The high speed ferry is offered year round from Hyannis to Oak Bluffs. Passengers only.
Website: www.hylinecruises.com

New Bedford to Martha's Vineyard Express Ferry offers year round passenger ferry service from New Bedford to Martha's Vineyard. Reservations are recommend.
Website: www.mvexpressferry.com

Rhode Island- Vineyard Fast Ferry is a seasonal ferry that runs from May till October. The ferry leaves from Quonset Point, RI which is approximately 15 minutes from the Providence airport.
Website: www.vineyardfastferry.com

The Island Queen is a ferry that takes passengers from Falmouth to Oak Bluffs from May to October. Approximately a 35 minute ride.
Website: www.islandqueen.com