Ferry Service to Martha’s Vineyard
(Passenger Only & Vehicle)
The Steamship Authority provides yearround passenger and vehicle ferry service between Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket.
Phone Reservations: (508) 477-8600.
(Passenger Only & Seasonal)
Ferries to Martha’s Vineyard arrive from Falmouth, Hyannis, Nantucket, New Bedford and Woods Hole in Massachusetts; Quonset Point in Rhode Island, Montauk in New York and NYC, New York. All ferry companies provide paid parking if you choose to come to Martha’s Vineyard without your vehicle.
Some ferry companies offer a commuter ticket at a reduced rate. For example, the Hy-Line offers a commuter book of 10 tickets (5 round trips), so if your party is of a good size, this could save you a fair amount of money!
M/V Pied Piper – Passenger/Bike
Season: Spring and Summer – Trip Duration: 1 hour
Falmouth – Edgartown Ferry (Falmouth to Martha’s Vineyard)
Phone: (508) 548-9400
Address: 278 Scranton Ave, Falmouth, MA
Island Queen – Passenger/Bike
Season: Spring, Summer and Fall – Trip Duration: 35 Minutes
Falmouth – Oak Bluffs (Falmouth to Martha’s Vineyard)
Phone: (508) 548-4800
Address: 75 Falmouth Heights Road, Falmouth, MA
Hy Line – Passenger/Bike
Season: Spring, Summer and Fall – Trip Duration: 55 Minutes (High Speed); 1 hour and 15 Minutes.
Hyannis – Oak Bluffs (Cape Cod to Martha’s Vineyard)
Phone: (800) 492-8082
Address: 220 Ocean Street, Hyannis, MA 02601
MV Fast Ferry – Passenger/Bike
Season: Spring, Summer and Early Fall – Trip Duration: 1 Hour and 35 Minutes (High Speed)
Quonset Point – Vineyard Haven (Rhode Island to Martha’s Vineyard)
Phone: (401) 295-4040