Who We Are

Getting Here

Timeless Adventure

Getting to the island is timeless adventure, and it’s a Vineyard tradition shared by generations of visitors. No matter how you get here, we know that the journey will put you in the right frame of mind-leaving the mainland where it belongs, on the mainland!

Below you’ll find a few ways to get to the island. 

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By Ferry,
With Your Car

If you do decide to bring your car over to the Island, auto reservations are required and should be made as soon as possible with the Steamship Authority. The Steamship Authority operates the only automobile ferry service to the Island from Woods Hole on Cape Cod (a short 45-minute crossing). These large vessels operate hourly, year-round.

To arrange auto reservations, contact the Steamship Authority by either calling them directly at (508) 477-8600 or booking on-line via their website. Reservations for passengers are unnecessary.

Note: When you inquire about your automobile reservation, if you can’t get your first request, ask to have your name put on the Waiting List. It usually works out very well and, more often than not, you’ll get the reservation time you desire.

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By Ferry,
Without Your Car

We offer a convenient on-Island pick-up/drop-off service for our guests from Falmouth, Massachusetts, so long as the boat/transfer reservation is pre-reserved with us. The crossing time takes 35 minutes.

The Island Queen offers mainland parking within walking distance to the dock. The boat line has guaranteed Winnetu guests parking availability in their lots — a special benefit — so long as a Winnetu voucher is shown to the parking attendant. Mainland parking is $20.00 per day (cash or travelers checks only).

To utilize this exclusive service, our guests must pre-reserve on-line on our website’s Getting Here page. Guests who choose not to pre-reserve with us may utilize the Island Queen ferry on their own, but will not have guaranteed parking privileges or a pick-up on-Island to/from the Resort. (Taxis are available on your own).

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Fly to
the Island

From Reagan National Airport, Washington, DC: 

From June to mid-September American Airlines offers non-stop service from Washington, DC directly to Martha’s Vineyard.

From JFK Airport, New York:

JetBlue and Delta offer non-stop service from New York City (JFK) directly to Martha’s Vineyard.

Cape Air

Cape Air flies small, nine-seater Cessnas between Logan Airport and the Vineyard. Cape Air can be reached at 800-352-0714 or via their website. Once on-Island, take a taxi on your own to the Winnetu Oceanside Resort. Jet Blue also offers seasonal service.

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Peter Pan Bus
to the Ferry

Peter Pan Bus Lines’ operates frequent, easy-to-use and cost-effective bus service from downtown Boston’s South Station, and all terminals at Logan Airport, directly to the Steamship Authority Wharf in Woods Hole. Peter Pan can be reached at 888-751-8800, by e-mail or via their website. Once on-Island, take a taxi to the Winnetu.

From Port Authority Bus Terminal, New York City:

Peter Pan Bus Lines’ operates direct service every two hours to the Steamship Authority Wharf in Woods Hole, MA. Peter Pan can be reached at 888-751-8800, by e-mail or via their website, click here. Once on-Island, take a taxi on your own to the Winnetu Oceanside Resort