On Board Beverage and Snack Bar
Our friendly snack bar crew is here to serve you!
Our Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard high-speed ferry snack bars offer freshly made, high quality sandwiches, wraps, salads and appetizer plates; as well as a wide variety of snacks and sweets and soft drinks (many locally made).
We also have a fully stocked bar, featuring local and regional beers, fine wines and spirits, for those of you 21 years or older with proper ID. Try our famous Bloody Mary, or a maybe a Dark ‘n’ Stormy! YUM!
We ask you to join us, along with CARE for the Cape & Islands, in the “Skip the Straw” pledge. Every single day thousands of pounds of plastic end up in the ocean. The most common items found during beach clean ups are single use plastics like straws, but include other items such as beverage bottles, stirrers and food wrappers. Items such as these create litter, kill our marine life and enter our food supply when consumed by the fish we eat. Did you know… Americans use 500 million drinking straws every single day? Although an astonishing number, we have the opportunity to reduce the usage of straws, and greatly reduce the amount of our single plastic use. The economy of Cape Cod and the Islands is reliant upon our natural environment, pristine beaches and clean ocean.
Food & Beverage Service is Available Onboard, Accepting Touchless Payments Only (no cash accepted until further notice)
Trip Advisor Review August 5, 2015
Fun time, the only way to get to Martha’s Vineyard quickly from Hyannis. The interior is the best place to sit (preferable at a table)… very well air conditioned, smooth “sailing” and a decent snack bar that even features “specialty” adult beverages – cute, vacation-y touch! Customer service nice and efficient… I called at 4:10pm from Mad Martha’s ice cream shop in the Vineyard to see if we could switch our 7pm return trip to the 4:45pm one (our kids were toast after a day at South Beach, and the 90+ degree weather wasn’t helping). They switched it immediately, giving us enough time to get back to the ferry dock in time for boarding – it was a godsend!
Visited July 2015