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Martha's Vineyard Real Estate
Edgartown, MA  02539

 

508 939-0237 or Tjark@mvyre.com

The Vineyard is home to 15,000 year-round residents. During the summer months, the population increases to 125,000. How do I get to Martha's Vineyard? The Island of Martha's Vineyard can be reached by sea or by air; there are no land routes, bridges or tunnels connecting it to the mainland. Most travelers arrive via our harbors on the ferry, with a growing number using the airport as a point of entry.

Getting to Martha's Vineyard

 

Martha's Vineyard Airport is a

public airport located in the

middle of the island of

Martha's Vineyard, three miles south of the central business district of Vineyard Haven, in Dukes County, Massachusetts, United States.

Code: MVY
Elevation: 67' (20 m)
Address: 71 Airport Rd, West Tisbury, MA 02568
Phone: (508) 693-7022

Cape Air
Fly directly to the island from Boston, New

Bedford, Providence, Hyannis, and Nantucket.

Phone: (866) 227-3247 or (800) 352-0714. Website: www.capeair.com
 

US Airways
Seasonal service - U.S. Airways Express will

be offering daily service to Martha's Vineyard

from New York's LaGuardia Airport (LGA) and

Washington D.C.'s Ronald Reagan Airport (DCA).
Phone: (800) 428-4322. Website: www.usairways.com
 

Delta
Seasonal service - Delta Connection will be

offering daily service to Martha's Vineyard

from New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK). Phone: (800) 221-1212. Website: www.delta.com
 

Jet Blue
Seasonal service - Jet Blue will be offering daily

service to Martha's Vineyard from New York's

John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK). Phone: (800) 538-2583. Website: www.jetblue.com

By Air

Peter Pan Bus Lines
is a long-distance bus carrier

headquartered in Springfield,

Massachusetts. It operates in the northeastern United States. Over four million passengers per year travel on Peter Pan's bus routes.

Hubs: Springfield, MA; Boston, MA; Providence, RI; Hartford, CT; New York, NY; and Woods Hole, MA (Ferry to Martha's Vineyard).
Address: 1776 Main Street, Springfield, MA 01103
Phone: (401) 751-8800
 

Peter Pan Bus Company
Service to Woods Hole (to Ferry) from

Boston and Providence.

Phone: (401) 751-8800.

Website: www.peterpanbus.com

By Bus

The Steamship Authority
provides year round passenger

and vehicle ferry service between

Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. Phone: Vehicle Reservations: (508) 477-8600. Website: www.steamshipauthority.com
 

Driving to the Steamship Authority

From Boston to Woods Hole:
Take the Southeast Expressway - Route 93 South to fork at end. Bear right, staying on Route 93 South toward Route 95. Stay on the left, as you will soon come to Exit 4. Bear left, heading toward Brockton, Fall River. Continue to Route 495 South and exit on the right toward Cape Cod. Continue over the Cape Cod Canal on the Bourne Bridge and follow Route 28 to Woods Hole.

 

From the Northern and Western Suburbs of Boston to Woods Hole:
Take Interstate 95 South (also known in Massachusetts as Route 128) to Interstate 93 North toward Braintree/Cape Cod. After you leave Interstate 95, get in the right lane. Take Exit 4 toward Brockton, Fall River. Continue to Route 495 South and exit on the right toward Cape Cod. Continue over the Cape Cod Canal on the Bourne Bridge and follow Route 28 to Woods Hole.

From New York, Connecticut and Rhode Island to Woods Hole:
Take Interstate 95 North to Providence, Rhode Island. Then, follow the Cape Cod indicators to Interstate 195. At the end, take a right onto Route 25 East to Cape Cod. Cross over the Cape Cod Canal on the Bourne Bridge and follow Route 28 to Woods Hole.

By Car
By Ferry

(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 
Website: www.falmouthferry.co

 

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 
Website: www.islandqueen.com

 

Directions to Falmouth: Once you cross either the Bourne Bridge or the Sagamore Bridge onto Cape Cod, take Route 28 south for approximately 13 miles to the first set of traffic lights (Falmouth Hospital is on the right and Jones Road/Hyannis By-Pass is on the left). Turn left onto Jones Road. Travel through the first traffic light and at the second traffic light turn right onto Route 28 Continue on Route 28 for a ½-mile, past Falmouth Plaza on left, and bear left onto Falmouth Heights Road (Friendly’s Restaurant).

 

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 
Website: www.hylinecruises.com
 

Directions to Hyannis: Once you cross either the Bourne Bridge or the Sagamore Bridge onto Cape Cod, take Route 6 to Exit 6 or 7. Follow signs to Hy Line Ferry.

 

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
Website: www.vineyardfastferry.com

 

Directions to Quonset Point, Rhode Island: Take Route I-95 North to exit 8A in Rhode Island, to Route 4 South to exit 7B (Quonset/Rt. 403), take Route 403 for 3 miles following signs to Quonset and continue for 3 miles to Roger Williams Way following the signs to the ferry.

 

SeaStreak, LLC - Passenger/Bike

Season: Spring, Summer, and FallNYC/New Jersey Trip Duration: 6 hrs and 55 minsNew Bedford Trip Duration: 1 hourStamford/ New Bedford Trip Duration: 4hrs and 30 mins
New York City, New Bedford & New Jersey to Martha’s Vineyard

Phone: (800) 262-8743
New Jersey Address: Simon Lake Drive, Atlantic Highlands, NJ
Manhatten Address: East 35 Street, NYC
Manhatten Address: Pier 11 - South & Wall Street, NYC 
New Bedford Address: 49 State Pier, New Bedford, MA 
Website: www.seastreak.com

 

Viking Ferry - Passenger/Bike

Season: Fall - Trip Duration: 5 Hours
Montauk, New York to Martha’s Vineyard

Phone: (631) 668-5700
Address: 462 West Lake Drive, Montauk, NY 
Website: www.vikingfleet.com

 

Directions to Montauk: From Long Island Take LIE, I-495East. Take exit 70 toward Manorville traveling South on Route 111 to 27 East. Take 27 East, Sunrise Highway to Montauk. After arriving in Montauk make a left at the Plaza Circle in town toward The Montauk Harbor Area. Keep going straight, we are located on the right side of the street, coming from town, after the stop sign.