Get Here by train
Year-round Amtrak Train from New York to Boston:
Upon arrival at Boston’s South Station, you can take a car service or take the Peter Pan Bus to the Steamship Authority ferry terminal in Woods Hole on Cape Cod. This ferry service is available year-round, every day of the year. No reservations are needed for passengers.
Summer-Only Train from New York to Rhode Island: Take Amtrak to the Providence, Rhode Island. From there, the Vineyard Fast Ferry in North Kingston, Rhode Island provides direct shuttle service to and from the Amtrak train station in Providence. Shuttle time is approximately 25-minutes. Reservations are required for the shuttle service, and recommended for the ferry. Visit VineyardFastFerry.com for schedule, fares and booking information.
Train From Boston
CapeFLYER A summer, weekend passenger train that runs from Memorial Day to Labor Day from Boston’s South Station to Hyannis, with stops in Braintree, Brockton, Middleborough/Lakeville, Wareham Village and Buzzards Bay.
The CapeFLYER’s offers a relaxing and comfortable ride with onboard concessions, free Wi-Fi, wheelchair accessibility and you can even bring your pet or your bike for FREE! Reservations are never required, there are plenty of seats available and no one will be turned away. Extra coaches are also added for holiday weekends.
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