Bank of America ATM Steamship Authority, Vineyard Haven, MA02568 Tucked away in the back of the Steamship Authority is the first (or last) ATM you will encounter on your island visit.…More It's unmarked, but savvy vacationers will note its location for fueling up on coffee on the ferry home if farewell cocktails drained their wallets.
Bank of Martha's Vineyard 16 Union St, Vineyard Haven, MA02568 If you're short on cash, visit this small ATM, which is located at the back entrance of the Steamship Authority. Don't…More look for a sign - there isn't one!
Trinity Episcopal Church 7 Ocean Ave, Oak Bluffs, MA02557 The Trinity Episcopal Church is located next to the Oak Bluffs Police Department, near the Steamship Authority. The…More chapel is open in the summer only. The Rev.William Heuss serves as pastor.
Steamship Authority 1 Water St, Vineyard Haven, MA02568 The Steamship Authority is a public organization created by the Massachusetts legislature that provides transportation…More for residents and commuters in Martha's Vineyard. The department maintains a fleet of boats and offers transportation to ports in Woods Hole, Hyannis, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. Boats include the Iyanough, an aluminum catamaran, the Island Home, the Martha’s Vineyard, a passenger/vehicle ferry, the Eagle, which has an upper deck satellite TV lounge and the Sankaty, which has free Internet access.
Oak Bluffs Town Beach 20 Seaview Ave, Vineyard Haven, MA02568 Oak Bluffs Town Beach begins next to the Steamship Authority dock and continues toward State Beach. The beach has calm…More water and is free and open to all.
Tisbury Police Department 32 Water St, Tisbury, MA02568 The Tisbury Police Department & Ambulance Facility is located in the parking lot adjacent to Stop & Shop, across…More from the Vineyard Haven Steamship Authority. Dan Hanavan serves as chief. To reach an officer after-hours, call 508-693-1212. An officer can arrange to meet you in front of the station.
Coldwell Banker 15 Church St, Vineyard Haven, MA02568 This agency caters to people just off the boat. They'll even meet you at the Steamship Authority and give an…More authoritative tour of properties available for purchase or rent. The ten agents working here know the island well. This agency is consistently ranked among the top on the island. Let them apply its expertise to your efforts to sell a property as well.
Owen Park 128 Main St, Tisbury, MA02568 Owen Park, on the quiet, upper section of Main Street near the Steamship Authority pier, features a small public beach,…More a swing set, several benches, harbor views and a bandstand that is frequently used to host summer concerts. The park honors gramophone innovator William Barry Owen. It is maintained by the Tisbury Parks Department.
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.
Martha's Vineyard Regional Transit Authority 11 A St, Edgartown, MA02539 The Martha's Regional Vineyard Transit Authority provides year round public transit to six towns on the Island;…More Aquinnah, Chilmark, Edgartown, Oak Bluffs, Tisbury and West Tisbury and in the peak season there are 14 routes in operation across the Island. It offers a variety of fare options including one way passes as well as one day, three day, seven day, 31 day and annual passes. Discounts are given to students 17 and under and seniors 65 and older. Children under six ride free with an adult. Bike racks are available on the outside of the buses and are accommodated on a first-come, first-serve basis. All VTA busses are equipped with luggage racks. Tickets can be purchased on the bus with cash, or at the Steamship Authority terminal, or at the Edgartown Visitor Center. 31 day passes and annual passes can be purchased at the VTA office on A Street or at the Edgartown Visitor Center.
You know how tough it is to get a ferry reservation; imagine all the headaches from moving your earthly possessions…More on or off the island.
Mark A. Meuse is a fully insured and licensed, Vineyard-based moving company, whose experience with the Steamship authority assures that you can move when you want. Because the company is independently owned and operated, your possessions will stay on one truck, with the same team, whether you're moving down the block, back to the mainland or across the country.
Furniture is carefully packed and padded, and the company's experts make sure your fine art is professionally crated. Frequent trips to Boston and New York City offer the cost-saving option of sharing a truck to reduce overhead and ferry costs.