Chappaquiddick Ferry 53 Dock St, Edgartown, MA02539 This ferry service operates year-round and provides passenger and vehicle transport from Edgartown to Chappaquiddick…More Island. The ferry accommodates a small number of cars so it's best to plan ahead. Tickets can be purchased onboard the ferry or from the office at the ferry dock. Resident/commuter discounted tickets are available.
Hy-Line Cruises 12r Circuit Ave Ext, Oak Bluffs, MA02557 Hy-Line Cruises has both a traditional ferry and high-speed ferry services serving Martha's Vineyard. In the peak…More season, the high-speed ferry operates five trips daily. The traditional ferry has daily service.
SeaStreak Steamship Authority Pier, Oak Bluffs, MA02557 SeaStreak is a commuter ferry serving Martha’s Vineyard as well as New York City and the Atlantic Highlands in…More New Jersey. The company provides ferry service year-round and offers boats for whale watching, stadium trips and special cruises. The ferries have indoor and outdoor seating, a full- service bar, rest rooms, a concession area and flatscreen TVs. In the summer, the company offers ferries from NY/NJ docks on Friday afternoon and returns from Martha's Vineyard on Sunday.
Chappy Point 2 Chappaquiddick Rd, Edgartown, MA02539 Chappy Point is located on Chappaquiddick, which is reachable by ferry from Edgartown. The beach is located adjacent to…More the ferry, where Katama Bay and Edgartown Harbor meet. The current is very strong in this area, making the beach unsuitable for swimming. Parking is extremely limited; beachgoers are advised to park in downtown Edgartown and take the ferry to the beach. The beach is free and open to the public.
The Bike Ferry 2 North Rd, Chilmark, MA02535 The Bike Ferry runs between Menemsha and Aquinnah all day long during the summer season. The handy little boat, which…More accommodates about six bikes per run, does not operate on a set schedule, but the friendly skipper will come on over if you give a wave or a yell. Passage costs $5 for one way and $8 for a round trip.
MB Deli has garnered word-of-mouth success since opening in the summer of 2010. Those stepping off the Vineyard Haven…More ferry can find the Deli right across the street, and with shared parking with Stop & Shop, it is a popular choice for drivers, too. Located next to Menemsha Blues clothing store and owned by the same couple, MB has several large picnic tables so diners can enjoy their food outdoors.
The restaurant has a salad bar and a large selection of specialty and made-to-order sandwiches. Customers can call ahead for information about specials of the day and to place orders before heading off on the ferry.
Big Dipper 23 Lake Ave, Oak Bluffs, MA02557 The Big Dipper is located near movie theaters, the harbor and ferries. This restaurant offers everything from coffee and…More doughnuts to sandwiches and ice cream. Take-out is available; diners can also sit in the spacious dining room or outside on benches.
Martha's Gift Store 12 Circuit Ave, Oak Bluffs, MA02557 Martha's Gift Store is tucked away in the Dockside Marketplace right on Oak Bluffs Harbor. The store is within walking…More distance to all the ferries, and is a perfect place to pick up island souvenirs before jumping on the boat.
Real Estate Guide for Martha's Vineyard 107 Beach Rd, Vineyard Haven, MA02568 The Real Estate Guide for Martha's Vineyard is a monthly compendium of local properties for sale. It is available for…More free at newstands throughout the island, including at real estate offices, ferry terminals, inn, grocery stores and the airport. Its offices are located off of Beach Road in Vineyard Haven.
The Sweats Outlet is located on Water Street upstairs from the Golden Dragon Restaurant and Stop & Shop Grocery…More store. It's one of the closest stores to the year-round ferry and attracts many tourists due to its location.
Island Hoppers 23 Lake Ave, Oak Bluffs, MA02557 Island Hoppers is the Oak Bluffs location of the Adventure Rentals Company. This seasonal location is in walking…More distance from Oak Bluffs ferries, and rents everything from bikes and mopeds, to convertibles and jeeps.