Traveling to Martha's Vineyard
There are several options available when traveling Martha’s Vineyard. Ferries make regular runs between Martha’s Vineyard and the mainland daily and is one of the best ways to get on island if you're wishing to bring your car with you. Visit the Steamship Authority website for schedules and more information.
Martha’s Vineyard is easily accessible by plane. The Island is home an airport serviced by Cape Air year-round from Boston and additional seasonal locations in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New York. JetBlue and Delta offer seasonal service direct from JFK in New York, and US Airways provides seasonal service direct from Washington, D.C. Linear Air Taxi also offers private charter services to the island.
By Train or Bus
Amtrak has year-round train service to Boston with connections to Martha's Vineyard. There are also seasonal connections from the Kingston, Rhode Island train stop to Martha's Vineyard.
Cape Flyer offers seasonal commuter train service from Boston from June through September.
Peter Pan Bus and Plymouth/Brockton Bus both provide daily service to ferry terminals from Boston Logan Airport, Boston South Station and other locations. Please check website for schedules and fares.