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Train Service

Cape Flyer
Boston to Cape Cod from Memorial Day through Labor Day! CapeFlyer is a pet-friendly train with all the comforts you expect onboard a passenger train — onboard concessions, free Wi-Fi, wheelchair accessibility and you can even bring your bike for FREE! Kids 12 and under ride FREE! Seniors and persons with disabilities now ride 50% off with the Senior CharlieCard or Transportation Access Pass CharlieCard.

Air Service


Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines, 800-352-0714
Island Airlines, 800-248-7779
Nantucket Shuttle, 508-771-2711
US Airways Express
Continental Airlines

Scheduled Air Service

To Cape Cod (Barnstable Municile Airport, Hyannis) Served by Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines, Island Air, US Airways Express

To Cape Cod (Provincetown Airport)
Served by Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines

To Martha’s Vineyard Served by Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines, US Airways Express

To Nantucket Served by Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines, Continental, Island Airlines, US Airways Express

Charter Air Service

Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines 800-352-0714
Coastal Air Charter 888-359-2785, 978-927-5005
Continental 800-523-3273
Desert & Island Air Charter 800-835-9135
Direct Flight 508-693-6688
Heliops Helicopters 781-934-7079
Linear Air 877-254-6327
Ocean Wings 800-346-2140
Tradewind Aviation

Island Ferries

Island ferries are seasonal except where indicated by (YR).  Only the Steamship Authority transports vehicles to Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket Island.  Space is limited; reservations are required and should be made far in advance.  Reservations are not required for passengers, bicycles, and motorcycles.  If you plan to leave your car on Cape Cod, parking is available for a fee at the Steamship Authority docks.  For more information visit

Ferry Service To Cape Cod

From Boston to Provincetown (high-speed and regular)
Baystate Cruise Company, 866-683-3779-, 617-748-1428

From Boston to Provincetown (high-speed)
Boston Harbor Cruises, 877-SEE-WHALE, 617-227-4321

From New Bedford to Wood’s Hole
New Bedford/Woods Hole Ferry, 508-992-0200

From Plymouth to Provincetown (high-speed)
Capt. John Boats, 800-242-2469

To Martha’s Vineyard

From Woods Hole to Vineyard Haven (YR)
Steamship Authority, 508-477-8600, 508-693-9130

From Hyannis to Oak Bluffs
Hy-Line, 800-492-8082

From Falmouth to Edgartown
Falmouth-Edgartown Ferry, 508-548-9400

From Falmouth to Oak Bluffs
Island Queen, 508-548-4800

From Nantucket to Oak Bluffs
Hy-Line, 800-492-8082

From Quonset Point, RE to Oak Bluffs
Vineyard Fast Ferry, 401-295-4040

From New Bedford to Oak Bluffs and Vineyard Haven (YR)
New England Fast Ferry Company, 866-453-6800, 617-748-1428

To Nantucket Island

All ferries arrive and depart from Nantucket Harbor.

From Harwichport
Freedom Cruise Line, 508-432-8999

From Hyannis (YR)
Steamship Authority, 508-495-FAST (3274) or 508-477-8600

From Hyannis (High-speed catamaran) (Seasonal)
Steamship Authority, 508-495-FAST (3274) or 508-477-8600

From Hyannis (high-speed catamaran)
Hy-Line, 800-492-8082

From Hyannis
Hy-Line, 888-778-1132

From Oak Bluffs, Martha’s Vineyard
Hy-Line, 800-492-8082

From New Bedford
Seastreak, 800-262-8743

To Cuttyhunk Island

From New Bedford (YR)
Cuttyhunk Ferry Company, 508-992-0200

Bus Service Including Ferry Terminals

Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority,
800-352-7155, 508-775-8504

Logan Airport and South Station to Rockland, Plymouth, Sagamore, Hyannis, Provincetown and other local stops on Cape Cod. Connections in Hyannis to ferries serving Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket.
Plymouth & Brockton Street Railway Co, 508-746-0378

From Boston to Hyannis, Provincetown, and local stops on Cape Cod
Peter Pan Bonanza Bus, 888-751-8800