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Traveling to and from Nantucket can be a wonderful experience, whether you arrive by boat or by plane. Here is list of the most current ways to get on and off the island, as well as to various transportation centers.
The Steamship Authority High-Speed and Traditional Car Ferry, departs from Hyannis, MA
Hy-Line Cruises High-Speed Ferry, departs from Hyannis, MA. Also inter-island service from Oak Bluffs (Martha's Vineyard).
Freedom Cruise Line departs from Harwich Port, MA
Seastreak High-Speed Ferry from New Bedford, MA
Nantucket Ferry Schedules
BY AIR (Commercial Airlines)
Cape Air - Main TerminalCape Air provides year-round service from ACK to Boston, MA (BOS), Hyannis MA (HYA), New Bedford, MA (EWB) and Martha’s Vineyard (MVY).American - Main TerminalAmerican provides seasonal service from ACK to Washington - Reagan National (DCA), New York City (LGA), Charlotte, NC (CLT), Chicago (ORD) and Philadelphia (PHL).
Delta Airlines - Main TerminalDelta Airlines provides seasonal service from ACK to New York City (LGA and JFK)
jetBlue - Main TerminaljetBlue provides seasonal service from ACK to Boston, MA (BOS), Washington-National (DCA), Newark, NJ (EWR) New York City’s JFK and LGA airports as well as White Plains (HPN)
United Airlines - Main TerminalUnited Airlines provides seasonal service from ACK to Chicago (ORD), Newark, NJ (EWR) and Washington Dulles (IAD)Tradewind Aviation - General Aviation (FBO) BuildingTradewind Aviation provides seasonal service from ACK to White Plains, NY (HPN) and Teterboro, NJ (TEB).
BY AIR (Charter Companies)
Tradewind AviationFly the Whale
Seasonally, you can travel from Boston on the Cape Flyer which brings you to the Transportation Center in Hyannis, MA
It’s easy to find a bus from Boston or Providence (and surrounding areas) that bring you to the Transportation Center in Hyannis, MA.
Plymouth and Brockton