Steamship Authority Cancels Service for Late Afternoon and Evening Amid Winds

FALMOUTH – With winds expected to increase throughout the late afternoon and evening, the Steamship Authority will cancel all Martha’s Vineyard service after the M/V Martha’s Vineyard’s scheduled 3:15 pm arrival in Vineyard Haven. Nantucket services have already been canceled for the day. 

The full alert from the Steamship Authority can be found below:

The winds are forecast to increase into the afternoon and evening, so all service on the Vineyard route will cancel after the M/V Martha’s Vineyard’s scheduled 3:15 p.m. arrival in Vineyard Haven.

Saturday’s service will be on a trip-by-trip basis on both the Vineyard and Nantucket routes. Please check for updates if you are planning to travel with us.

As a reminder, the SSA does operate on Christmas Day; however, the Reservation Office is closed.

Change and cancellation fees for travel on 12/23-12/24 are waived. To change or modify a reservation, please visit our website at, call our Reservation Office at (508) 477-8600, or visit one of the terminals.

About Grady Culhane

Grady Culhane is a Cape Cod native currently living in Eastham. He studied media communications at Cape Cod Community College and joined the News Center in 2019.
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