How to get there?
Located four miles across Vineyard Sound, Martha’s Vineyard is the perfect way to spend an afternoon.
There are a few different ways to get there.
Island Queen Ferry
Located a very short drive from us, the Island Queen ferry
offers a 40-minute trip from the head of Falmouth Harbor into Oak Bluffs.
Ideal for walk-on passengers or a spontaneous trip plan, the Island Queen offers daily trips to Martha’s Vineyard beginning at 9AM each hour and a half until 6PM.
There is even a choice for a late evening boat on Friday and Sunday nights throughout the peak season.
Website: Island Queen
75 Falmouth Heights Rd.
Falmouth, MA 02540
Departing from Woods Hole, the Steamship Authority offers trips to both Oak Bluffs and Vineyard Haven, with more frequent options for departures. They also offer the option of bringing your vehicle to the island.
Frequent daily departures to Martha’s Vineyard from Woods Hole. To visit Nantucket they offer daily departures from Hyannis. Open year round. Daily departures for passengers, automobiles, groups and trucks. Reservations required for vehicles. Satellite parking available there is no parking in Woods Hole for ferry service.
Website: Steamship Authority
1 Cowdry Road
Woods Hole, MA 02543
Falmouth - Edgartown Ferry
Located down the street from us, this ferry offers one hour trips to Edgartown, located on the southeastern part of the island. Edgartown is a must-visit for your Vineyard trip, filled with an array of charming shops and restaurants situated on picturesque Edgartown Harbor looking across at Chappaquiddick Island.
Website: Falmouth – Edgartown Ferry
278 Scranton Avenue,
Falmouth MA, 02540