Going to Martha’s Vineyard? Get off at the Bourne stop where a Steamship shuttle and RTA bus will take you to Falmouth and Woods Hole. They will also take you back to the Bourne stop to meet the train’s departure on Saturday and Sunday only.
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If you are traveling to MV via The Steamship Authority, please notify a conductor
Take the free Steamship Authority shuttle from the Bourne stop to the Steamship ferry in Woods Hole. The free shuttle will get you back to Bourne on Saturday and Sunday. Shuttle is not available back to the Bourne stop on Fridays. We recommend Uber or Falmouth Taxi at 508-548-3100, please call in advance to schedule.
🚌 Take the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority bus for $2.00 to the Martha’s Vineyard Island Queen ferry. It will pick you up directly at the Bourne train station and bring you to the Island Queen Ferry at the Falmouth Harbor for the following departures:
🚌 The Hy-Line Cruises shuttle will pick you up – No Charge – at the Hyannis train station and will bring you directly to the docks in Hyannis, where you will board the ferry to Martha’s Vineyard. A Hy-line shuttle will meet you at the dock to meet the train for departure at the Hyannis train station.
Offering fast, frequent, daily, year-round flights to Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket, Provincetown and Boston.
660 Barnstable Road, Hyannis, MA
For Reservations and ticketing: (508) 771-6944
For schedules and rates visit www.CapeAir.com
About Martha’s Vineyard
Experience Martha’s Vineyard and all it has to offer – red clay Aquinnah Cliffs, five historic lighthouses, golfing, street fairs, fireworks, farmers markets, pristine beaches and more! A stay on Martha’s Vineyard is only a short flight or ferry ride away as it is located approximately seven miles off the southern coast of Cape Cod.