Ferries to Nantucket
Including Nantucket to your trip to Cape Cod and the Islands is easy, quick and enjoyable! Transportation to the docks from the Hyannis Transportation Center is available by ferry shuttle or trolley!
» Ferry schedules to Nantucket
Ferries to Martha’s Vineyard
The CapeFLYER makes your transfer from the train to the docks easy so that you can get connected to the Martha’s Vineyard ferries from Falmouth Harbor, Woods Hole or Hyannis.
» Ferry schedules from Falmouth Harbor, Woods Hole and Hyannis
CapeFLYER Train Route
Ride comfortably aboard the CapeFLYER from South Station to Hyannis, with stops in Braintree, Brockton, Middleborough/Lakeville, Wareham Village and Buzzards Bay.
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The CapeFLYER offers 50% off fares for Seniors with the Senior CharlieCard and persons with disabilities with the Transportation Access Pass CharlieCard. Group fare discounts are also available for groups of 10 or more.
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The CapeFLYER café car offers artisan sandwiches, snacks, craft beer, wine from local businesses on Cape Cod!
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Explore downtown Hyannis when you ride the Hyannis trolley! Available May 26th to Labor Day, Riders can request stops at the JFK Museum, Cape Cod Carousel, Kalmus Beach and more.
» Hyannis Trolley Schedule
Bikes Ride FREE!
Bring your bike to Cape Cod for free aboard the CapeFLYER! Need to inflate a bike tire or make minor repairs before you get here? All that can be done en route in the train’s bicycle car!
» Bike Paths On Cape Cod
Kids Ride FREE!
Kids 11 and under ride FREE when accompanied by a paying adult! Save money and create memories with your children when you ride the CapeFLYER from Boston to Cape Cod!