Travel time to the island is approximately 2-1/2 hours.
The Steamship Authority carries passengers, bikes, cars, and trucks year-round;
the Hy-Line carries passengers and bikes. Both lines have a one-hour, high-speed ferry. For reservations, call the Steamship Authority at 508-228-3274 or Hy-Line at 800-492-8082
Direct flights to Nantucket Airport are available from Boston, New York, Hyannis, Washington D.C. and Charlotte. Several airlines serve Nantucket including: Cape Air, Rectrix, Nantucket Airlines, American Airlines, JetBlue, and Delta.
It's unnecessary to bring a car to Nantucket. Bicycles and mopeds are the most popular means of island transportation. There are paved bike paths leading to all ends of the island, with a bike path running along Sankaty Head Golf course. The Nantucket Regional Transit Authority provides island shuttle service, with a bus stop at Sankaty Head Golf Club. Taxis, Uber and Lyft are also available.
Finding housing on Nantucket can be a challenge. Many new employees come to the island in early March to seek seasonal housing. It's best to obtain housing as early as possible; an affordable option is to rent a house with a group.
Sankaty Head Golf Club offers a limited amount of housing to seasonal employees.
To inquire about employment opportunities please contact:
Equal Opportunity Employer