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Ferryboats connect Boston with suburbs north and south, and connect Cape Cod with the islands of Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard. Cruise ships connect Boston with the world.

 



 

 

Massachusetts Bay

MBTA passenger ferries ply the waters of Massachusetts Bay between Boston's Long Wharf and Central Wharf to the South Shore towns of Hingham, Hull and Quincy. More...

Cruise Ships

Boston's cruise ship port is the Black Falcon Cruise Terminal in the Seaport District of South Boston not far from the city center. More...

Boston-Salem

The Salem Ferry, a high-speed passenger catamaran, zooms between Boston and the North Shore city of Salem five or six times daily. More...

Boston-Provincetown

From mid-May to mid-October, Bay State Cruises operates fast catamaran passenger ferries three times daily between Boston and Provincetown on the tip of Cape Cod. More...

Martha's Vineyard

The Steamship Authority runs car and passenger ferries several times daily between Woods Hole MA on Cape Cod and Vineyard Haven and Oak Bluffs on Martha's Vineyard island. More...

m/v Island Queen sails several times daily carrying passengers (no cars) from Falmouth on Cape Cod to Oak Bluffs on Martha's Vineyard. More...

Nantucket

The Steamship Authority runs car and passenger ferries several times daily between the South Street Docks in Hyannis MA on Cape Cod and Nantucket. More...

Hy-Line Cruises operates both traditional and fast catamaran passenger ferries between the Ocean Street docks in Hyannis MA on Cape Cod and Nantucket. More...

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m/v Island Queen, Falmouth MA

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