Ferry to Chappaquiddick Island

Chappquiddick Ferry

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March 2024

Looking for a serene getaway? Take the ferry to Chappaquiddick Island from Edgartown and step into a tranquil paradise just minutes away from Martha’s Vineyard.

As the ferry to Chappaquiddick Island departs from Edgartown Harbor, passengers are treated to panoramic views of the scenic coastline and sparkling waters of Katama Bay. The short but scenic voyage across the calm waters on the Chappaquiddick Ferry provides a peaceful respite, offering glimpses of the island’s natural beauty and serene ambiance.

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Chappaquiddick Island is a tranquil gem just off the coast of Martha’s Vineyard. The island has gorgeous, scenic trails, lush forests, marshlands, and coastal dunes. The Cape Poge Lighthouse, which offers panoramic views of the surrounding seascape is another must-see.

For those seeking adventure, Chappaquiddick Island is also home to numerous opportunities for kayaking, paddleboarding, and fishing in its pristine waters. Whether you’re seeking outdoor adventure, natural beauty, or simply a peaceful escape, take the ferry to Chappaquiddick Island and you will find a unique and unforgettable experience awaits you.

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Chappy Ferry
53 Dock Street
Edgartown, MA 02539

Ferry Fare and Schedule

Ferry Destination: Chappaquiddick Island
Ferry Type: Car and Passenger
Year-Round? Yes
Length of Trip: 527 Feet!
Winter Months: 6:30 am to 10:00 pm |11:00 pm to 11:15 pm
Summer: From 6:30 am to Mid Night
Passenger Round Trip: $5
Driver w/passenger Round trip: $15
Bike/Biker Round Trip: $7
Moped & Operator Round Trip: $9
Motorcycle & Passenger Round Trip: $9

About the Chappaquiddick Ferry

The Chappaquiddick Ferry is the oldest business on the waters of Martha’s Vineyard. The ferry service runs year-round, and the total length of the trip is less than 600 feet.

As the ferry is limited by number of vehicles per trip, you can check out the their live cam to update you on conditions or lines to get on the ferry. Follow the signs from Dock Street to board.

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