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Travel Note

Please note that Nantucket is an island, which means hotels, rental houses, and flights will sell out.  We highly recommend securing your travel arrangements and lodging ASAP.

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Traveling By Air

Several major airlines fly from New York to Nantucket as well as DC to Nantucket. Both are short flights but book up very fast. Cape Air flies small planes from White Plains, Hyannis, and Boston.

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Traveling By Sea

The Hy-Line or Steamship Authority passenger (no car) ferries take about 1 hour and depart from Hyannis - our preferred approach when coming from the Boston area. The Seastreak passenger ferry takes about 2 hours and departs from New Bedford - 1 hour from Boston and 3.5 hours from New York City.

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Hotels

If you need assistance finding a room, or if the options below have booked up, please contact Judy at Best of Nantucket: phone 508-221-1639 or email ijwodynski@gmail.com.  Let them know you are attending the Davis & McKenna wedding and they will be delighted to assist. Note, Best of Nantucket does no charge a no booking fee or additional cost for their service, and they are able to provide preferred rates at a few hotels.

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Rental Homes

If you need assistance finding a rental home, or if the options below have booked up, please contact please contact Robbie Egan at J. Pepper Frazier Real Estate on Nantucket. His cell is 508-367-1727 cell or email Robbie@jpfco.com. House rentals usually have a minimum of 3 nights rental.

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Note on Ridesharing

Both Uber and Lyft operate on Nantucket as well as taxis.