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The Woods Hole, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket Steamship Authority operates both car ferries and passengers-only ferries from its Pleasant Street docks in Hyannis on Cape Cod to Nantucket island.


by Tom Brosnahan
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It's expensive, impractical and hardly necessary to take your car to Nantucket for a short visit in summer.

The Steamship Authority operates the only car ferries between Nantucket Island and the mainland (Cape Cod): the 768-passenger, 52-vehicle m/v Eagle, and m/v Nantucket from the Pleasant Street docks in Hyannis.

You must reserve a space on the ferry well in advance and pay a minimum of $400 round-trip (vehicles up to 17 feet/5.18 meters), or $450 for vehicles 17 to 20 feet, such as full-size SUVs (Chevy Suburban).

Car ferry m/v Eagle in Nantucket Harbor, Massachusetts
Car ferry m/v Eagle in Nantucket harbor...

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Passenger Ferries

The alternative to the car ferry is to take one of the passengers-only ferries run by the efficient Hy-Line Cruises company, which depart from Hyannis's Ocean Street docks, a 10-minute walk around the harbor from the Steamship Authority's Pleasant Street docks. More...

—by Tom Brosnahan


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Steamship Authority Car Ferry to Nantucket

The Steamship Authority car ferry at the Pleasant Street docks in Hyannis, waiting to depart for Nantucket.

 

 

 

 

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