Martha's Vineyard Ferry and ways to get to Marthas Vineyard
If you are traveling without your car you do not need a reservation but do try to arrive 45 mins.before the scheduled departure time of your ferry so that you have time to park and shuttle down to the boat.
If you are planning to bring your car, reservations are required we strongly suggest you make a reservation as soon as possible with the Steamship Authority at (508) 477-8600.
There are several different ways to get to our Vineyard Haven Inn other than the Steamship Authority. Log on to MVY.com (Chamber of Commerce Website) You will find ferry schedules and all other travel options.
From New York to Martha's Vineyard
I - 95 North to Providence R.I. then take I - 195 East to Route 25 ( I 495 South ) Follow signs to Cape Cod and the Islands. Go over the Bourne Bridge to Route 28 South to Woods Hole, Falmouth and the Islands. Look for parking directions. Parking lot availability varies. For a fast ferry from New York and New Jersey, check out SeaStreak.com.
From Boston to Martha's Vineyard
Take Route 128 South to Route 24. Take route 495 South which will become Route 25. Go over the Bourne Bridge to Route 28 South to Woods Hole. You will see signs for Woods Hole, Falmouth and the Islands. Look for parking directions. Parking lot availability varies.
Martha's Vineyard Fast Ferry
Vineyard Fast Ferry offers a 400 passenger luxurious fast ferry from Quonset Point, Rhode Island. The closest ferry to Connecticut, New York and New Jersey, you can save hours of travel time each way and avoid the Cape Cod traffic. Dockside parking, advance online reservations and convenient Providence Airport & Amtrak Shuttle Service available. www.vineyardfastferry.com 401-295-4040.
For suggestions or advice on the best way for you to travel to The Nobnocket Boutique Inn of Martha's Vineyard, please feel free to give us a call (508) 696-0859.