Getting to Nantucket

http://hylinecruises.com/nan/index.html

It's always a good idea to book your ferry early!

 


Steamship Authority
Steamship Authority

A new ferry on the high seas!

SEASTREAK

Food Glorious Food

The Wicked Island Bakery is open year round with breakfast and lunch take out 

Mon- Sat 5:30 am- 3pm, Sun 7am-1pm.  
Find them at 147 Orange Street (shared driveway with Food for Here and There) 
just past the rotary on the left.
 
This new island bakery, owned by Pastry Chef, Ben Woodbury, makes all of its delicious pastries and baked goods each day from scratch with natural ingredients. We LOVE the Morning Buns, all of the Croissant varieties, Nantucket wild yeast breads and cakes. The speciality sandwiches are perfect for a pic-nic or to take with you on the Ferry. 
 
If you are on island to celebrate a special occasion then ask Ben about a custom made cake. 

 

http://www.wickedislandbakery.com/

You are on island!

Daffodil Festival
Daffodil Festival

Getting around Nantucket is easy and fun. Ride the bike paths, take the Wave or hire a taxi. 

Nantucket Visitor's Guide
Nantucket taxi contacts and rates.
Nantucket Visitor's Guide - Nantucket To
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The link to the Nantucket Visitor's Guide - info for visitors by visitors.

http://www.islandofnantucket.info/

The Link to Nantucket's Transport System Site: NRTA (pronounced NEERTA)

http://nrtawave.com/


Walk across the dunes to Nantucket's best beach.


Our stop on the Wave
Our stop on the Wave

This is a map of the Nantucket Shuttle system called The Wave.

We are minutes from the Fairgrounds/Surfside stop on the Surfside Loop.

From here you can connect to transporation to go virtually anywhere on the island. 

And of course, we are also minutes from the bike path.