Nantucket Island, located just 30 miles off the coast of Cape Cod, feels like its own little world. An ideal one, where the beaches are always perfectly windswept, the lighthouses are straight out of a postcard, and life goes at a slower pace. Could it be “the best island in the world”? National Geographic said it was. Did you know you don’t even need a car on Nantucket? It’s too charming for cars! You can just take the ferry over and ride a bike, with a little bell and a basket. Swimming, surfing, boutique shopping, fishing, and dining on fresh seafood are all glorious ways to spend a day, or a week, here. Leave your tents at home, though. It’s hard to bike with one and camping’s not allowed on the island.
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