Travel To Nantucket

Nantucket is not the easiest place in the world to get to, but with proper planning and a little luck, travel to and from this New England vacation destination can be painless and even quite fun! There are several ways to arrive by air and by sea. Check below for links to all of the different options.


Nantucket by ferry service:

Steamship Authority Ferry Service: South Street Dock, Hyannis, MA

  • Car Ferry to Nantucket information and reservations:
    • For Reservations call: 508-477-8600
  • Nantucket Ticket Office for information on day of trip
    • For Reservations and information call: 508-228-0262
  • Hyannis Ticket Office for information on day of trip or advanced reservations
    • Call 508-774-4000
    • Operates Year Round
    • Carries vehiclesl car and truck reservations are required
    • Carries passengers, bicycles (for a fee) and pets
    • Passenger reservations are not required
    • Secured (paid) parking available in Hyaninis
    • Approximately 2 hour travel time
  • High Speed Ferry operates seasonally
    • For Reservations and availability call: 508-495-3278
    • Reservations are recommended
    • No vehicles; limited bicycle space (for a fee)
    • Secured parking for a fee in Hyannis
    • Approximately 1 hour travel time

Hy-Line Cruises Nantucket Ferry Service: Ocean Street Dock, Hyannis, MA

  • Nantucket Ticket Office for information on day of trip
    • For Reservations and information call: 508-228-3949
  • Hyannis Ticket Office for information on day of trip or advanced reservations
    • Call 508-778-2600
    • Operates Year Round
    • Carries vehiclesl car and truck reservations are required
    • Carries passengers, bicycles (for a fee) and pets
    • Passenger reservations are not required
    • Secured (paid) parking available in Hyaninis
    • Approximately 2 hour travel time
  • High Speed Ferry operates year round
    • For Reservations and availability call: 508-778-0404
    • Reservations are recommended
    • No vehicles; limited bicycle space (for a fee)
    • Secured parking for a fee in Hyannis
    • Approximately 1 hour travel time

Nantucket by Airplane / Private Jet:

Nantucket Memorial Airport is the second- busiest commercial airport in Massachusetts after Logan International and operates year-round. The terminal houses airlines, a restaurant, ATM machines, public phones, restrooms, a gift shop, and car rental agencies, and free wireless internet. Taxi service is available. Public shuttle bus service to Town operates seasonally. Extended parking is available in Boston, Hyannis, Newark, New Bedford, Providence, and New York.

Nantucket Travel from Hyannis, MA - Approx 15-minute flight

Nantucket Travel from Boston, MA - Approx 50-minute flight

Nantucket Travel from Martha's Vineyard, MA - Approx 15-minute flight

Nantucket Travel from Providence, RI- Approx 45-minute flight

Nantucket Travel from New Bedford, MA - Approx 25-minute flight

Nantucket Travel from JFK Airport, NY

Nantucket Travel from La Guardia, NY

Nantucket Travel from White Plains / Westchester, NY


RESERVATIONS ACCEPTED ON THE SAME DAY STARTING AT 4PM!

Call 508-325-4001. RESERVATIONS ARE NOT ACCEPTED VIA EMAIL.

Lola 41 will be CLOSED for a Private Event on August 1st.

  • Sushi Catering and Private Parties coming soon
  • Nantucket Travel - How to get here
  • Zagat - 2011 Revew
    "Celebutantes" and ordinary "young" people alike have "no reservations" bestowing "raves" upon this "contemporary" Nantucket "hot spot", as "everything" on the Eclectic menu is "unique and tasty", from the "excellent burger" to the "phenominal sushi"; just know that "you need reservations" to get a seat... Continue Reading
    Nantucket Today Online
    It's early evening and Marco Coelho is already dancing between platters of exquisite sushi rolls and mouth-watering burgers in foie gras dipping sauce to exchange hugs with Lo La 41's faithful patrons. Continue Reading
    New York Times Magazine
    "The menu literally spans the globe with cuisines that touch down in every country on the 41st parallel—that means Japanese-inspired sashimi, a Greek soft-shell crab, and a half-dozen Northern Italian pastas. The best bet, though, might just be the American Black Angus sirloin burger, topped with caramelized onions and Wisconsin Cheddar....." Continue Reading