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High-speed ferry service to Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard; the only mid-Cape departure point to both islands. Hyannisport Harbor Cruises past the Kennedy Compound, Deep-Sea Fishing and Cape Cod Canal Cruises.
Hours Today: 6:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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Ocean Street Dock, 220 Ocean St, Hyannis, MA 02601
Crew and ground personnel very friendly and accommodating. They even switched us to an earlier boat on way back. Boat is clean. There are bathrooms. Trip takes one hour from Hyannis to Martha’s Vineyard/ oaks bluff.
From pre-purchasing tickets, asking questions the day before departure, and ease of embarking, this process couldn't have been any smoother. The ride to Martha's Vineyard was 1 hour. Seating is comfortable and the staff on board was very accommodating and helpful. Mike, who was on...More
We reserved tickets well in advance for our party of 7 for Jul 2. We knew 4th of July time would be busy and it was. We also prepaid parking. We got there early and spot in line to be sure we got seats. There...More
The ferry was very well organized with boarding and plenty of staff to direct you where to go. Once on board, the seating was comfortable for the one hour ride. The only complaint is that the website is very confusing on parking. It mentioned possibly...More
Prior to yesterday, I had only ever taken the lumbering ferry to Nantucket. It took well over two hours each way, and was a bit austere in its comforts. Yesterday was the first time that I had the chance to take the high-speed ferry. Wow!...More
We took a Hy Line Ferry from Nantucket to Hyannis. It was a good and comfortable trip. No real issues. This ferry was larger than the first one we took. Red seats are first class. Not sure if it is worth paying more for first...More
My husband and i took the ferry from Hyannis to Nantucket today. Did not know you had to prebook a bus tour. As a disabled veteran found many of shops and restaurants not accessible. Roads uneven and many bricks missing making it dangerous. Hotels should...More
Took the high speed ferry (about an hour trip) from Hyannis to Martha's vineyard. Boat was very nice and right on time. Crew was helpful. A bit expensive from Hyannis, but can leave from Wood Hull for lower cost.
There are plenty of place to park around the area for all different prices as well as private homes that charge 15-20 a day. Get there early and drive around to look for the best deal. If you are paying in a metered or timed... More
There are plenty of place to park around the area for all different prices as well as private homes that charge 15-20 a day. Get there early and drive around to look for the best deal. If you are paying in a metered or timed parking make sure you pay for enough time because the parking patrol stalks cars waiting for your time to be up so they can ticket you.