We’ve Lowered the Inter-Island Resident Rate for Fall!
From September 8th through October 11th enjoy a trip to “the other island” for $29 per adult (regularly $49) and $19 per child (regularly $29). Simply use your customer account, enrolled in our resident rate program, when making a reservation or ticket purchase at the ticket office.
Step off the boat, and step back in time. With no traffic lights, no fast food restaurants and no highways, the charm of Nantucket takes hold of you as soon as you arrive. Nantucket is 30 miles south of Cape Cod from the mainland, and includes the small islands of Tuckernuck and Muskegat. The island is 14 miles long and 3-1/2 miles wide, with the vast majority of lodging, retail businesses and restaurants within one mile of the downtown area. Downtown’s cobblestoned streets, old-fashioned lamp posts and 18th and 19th century style buildings sing its charm.
The towns of Martha’s Vineyard retain their own character and style. The “down island” towns of Vineyard Haven, Oak Bluffs and Edgartown are shopping havens with attractions and restaurants to suit every taste. Oak Bluffs is home to the Flying Horses Carousel, the oldest working platform carousel in the country, as well as the famous Gingerbread Cottages. The “up island” towns of Menemsha, Chilmark and Aquinnah are quaint, quiet places reminiscent of the island’s maritime past. From the Edgartown Scrimshaw Gallery to the Scottish Bake House to the pristine beaches and cliffs of Aquinnah, Martha’s Vineyard is an island with something for everyone.