Caroline & Mitchener

September 12, 2021 • Nantucket, MA, USA

Caroline & Mitchener

September 12, 2021 • Nantucket, MA, USA

Getting There

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It truly means the world to us for our family and closest friends to travel to our favorite place to celebrate!

Flights

Nantucket is an island that has its own airport (ACK) which is an under 15 min uber or taxi from the main historic district. Flights fly direct to ACK from Boston, JFK and Newark multiple times every day and occasionally from Washington DC, Charlotte and Philadelphia. Most flights are serviced through JetBlue or Cape Air.

Ferries

You can also get to Nantucket by ferry. Hyannis on Cape Cod, MA is a ~1.5 hour uber (~$100-150) from Boston Logan Airport or book a ride from Long Taxi ($140 + tip, one way). The ferries offer services throughout the day that all arrive into the main historic part of Nantucket. The ferry is a great option and an experience in itself! Note: It is important to factor in Boston traffic if traveling during rush hour and plan to arrive to the port ~30 minutes before departure. Book your tickets in advance.

There are two ferry companies. Hy-Line is $38 one way and only one hour. For those having more time or being more economical, Steamship Authority is only $8.50 but takes 2 hours and 15 minutes.