There are 2 ways to travel to Martha's Vineyard, by air and by sea. The island of Martha's Vineyard encompasses 100 square miles of natural beauty off the coast of Massachusetts. There are miles and miles of sandy beaches and warm ocean water from the Gulf Stream. The year round population is small but the summer population more than triples. The island of Martha's Vineyard is referred to by the locals as Up-Island and Down-Island. "Up-Island" has the quaint New England fishing village of Menemsha and the clay cliffs of Aquinnah, formerly known as Gay Head. "Down-Island" is where the action is ... it's where the majority of restaurants, bars and shopping are. The town of Oak Bluffs has its charming Victorian gingerbread cottages and Edgartown is one of the most historical whaling capitals of the world. We anticipate you find our Martha's Vineyard Inn as quaint as the entire island for your summer vacation!
How to Get to Martha's Vineyard?
There are only 2 ways, by air or by sea.
Travel By Sea to Martha's Vineyard
- Steamship Authority
- Edgartown Ferry
- Island Queen
- Hyannis Ferry
- New Bedford Ferry
- New York Ferry
- Rhode Island Ferry