There are three options for air travel:
1) Fly direct to Martha’s Vineyard Airport
Martha’s Vineyard Airport (MVY) is served by Delta, JetBlue, Cape Air, and US Airways. You can fly there directly from Boston, Providence, JFK airport in New York City, and Washington D.C. See mvyairport.com.
2) Fly To Boston, MA
Fly into Boston’s Logan International Airport (BOS). From there, travel to one of the 4 Massachusetts ferry terminals listed here (we recommend Steamship Authority) by either ride sharing service (Uber/Lyft), car rental or bus (see “bus travel”).
3) Fly To Providence, RI
Fly into T.F. Green Airport (PVD)
From T.F. Green Airport to Martha’s Vineyard, take shuttle bus to ferry, then the Vineyard Fast Ferry to Martha’s Vineyard.
Boston or New York to Martha’s Vineyard
Peter Pan Bus
Bus service is available from Boston, NYC and Logan airport. The bus takes passengers directly to the Steamship Authority ferry terminal at Woods Hole, MA.
There are six options for ferry travel:
1) Woods Hole, MA to Martha’s Vineyard (Recommended)
If you do decide to bring a car on the island, the Steamship Authority ferry from Woods Hole is your only option.
2) Falmouth, MA to Martha’s Vineyard
Island Queen Ferry
3) Hyannis, MA to Martha’s Vineyard
4) North Kingstown, RI to Martha’s Vineyard
Vineyard Fast Ferry
5) New Bedford, MA to Martha’s Vineyard
6) New York City / New Jersey to Martha’s Vineyard