Directions to our Office
Centrally located South of Boston and North of New York, many visitors to Martha's Vineyard choose to drive to the ferry and either walk across or bring their car along. In the summer season there are a number of ports from which you can reach the Vineyard, although only one through which you can bring a car. Walking aboard gives you more options and on-island transportation is quite good.
Approximate mileage to Woods Hole, MA (the Steamship Authority port) from the following cities:
|Boston, MA||85 miles|
|Buzzards Bay, MA||20 miles|
|Hartford, CT||187 miles|
|New Haven, CT||165 miles|
|New York, NY||271 miles|
|Providence, RI||85 miles|
From New York and points South:
To FERRIES in Falmouth and Woods Hole - Follow Route I-95 North. Then take I-195 East to Route 25 East, cross the Bourne Bridge, and follow Route 28 South.
To FERRY in New Bedford - Follow Route I-95 North to Providence, then take I-195 East.
To FERRY in Hyannis - From I-195 East take Route 25 East to the Bourne Bridge area and then follow Route 6 East.
From Boston and points North:
Take Route 3 to the Sagamore Bridge.
To the FERRIES in Falmouth and Woods Hole – Just before the bridge take Route 6 West to Buzzards Bay (Bourne), cross the Bourne Bridge, and follow Route 28 South.
To Hyannis – Go over the Sagamore Bridge and follow Route 6 East.
Alternate route from Boston and points North:
Follow I-95 to Route 24.
To FERRIES in Falmouth and Woods Hole - take Route 24 to I-495, I-495 to Buzzards Bay (Bourne) cross the Bourne Bridge and follow Route 28 South.
To New Bedford - take Route 24 South to the end then take I-195 East