Once you’ve been “on island” on The Vineyard, as locals call it, you’ll never want to be “off island” again. Should you happen to forget to bring your camera to Martha’s Vineyard Island, go back and get it! (Don’t worry, the island’s just a short 45-minute ferry ride from Cape Cod; plus, said ferry has a snack bar.)  Surely you’ll want some photos of the pristine sandy beaches, the sailboats, the brightly painted gingerbread cottages, the lighthouses at sunset, the farmer’s markets, the magical Flying Horses (it’s a carousel, silly), all your celeb sightings, and of course, a shot of you having the vacation of a lifetime. We bet it looks good on you.

For more information on Martha’s Vineyard visit the Martha’s Vineyard Chamber of Commerce or Martha’s Vineyard On Line

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The National Weather Service has issued a High Wind Watch from Wednesday November 26, 2:00PM until Thursday November 27, 1:00AM.
For additional information please refer to www.weather.gov.
Based on the current forecast, the Steamship Authority anticipates service disruptions Wednesday afternoon and evening.
The Steamship Authority has added extra service for Martha’s Vineyard on Tuesday afternoon starting at 3:00PM.
To make or modify a reservation please call 508.477.8600, online at www.steamshipauthority.com, or visit one of the terminals.
The Steamship Authority advises its customers to check the Authority’s website for further updates.
Current Conditions may be viewed at http://www.steamshipauthority.com/ssa/OpsInfo.cfm

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