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Apr 1, 2013 - Visiting Martha’s Vineyard with a Charter Bus

Massachusetts' coolest summer destinations is definitely Martha's Vineyard. Get to your cooling getaway from Boston is with a bus, charter bus, coach bus, party bus, mini bus, passenger coach or school bus chartered from Charter Bus Boston. While you are there remember to visit film-set of "Jaws" a 1974 production of Steven Spielberg and take a stroll along the white sandy beaches, visit the historically rich fishing villages and feel the beauty of the island.

To get to Martha’s Vineyard, you can either charter a bus or ferry. New York City residents can get on-board the SeaStreak from Manhattan to Oaks Bluff ferry terminal. While travelers from Rhode Island, can get on-board Vineyard Fast Ferry at Quonset Point and it stops at Vineyard Haven. There is also frequent schedules throughout summer from Woods Hole and Hyannis.

For a quiet retreat while visiting Martha’s Vineyard, is best to linger around Vineyard Haven and immerse yourself in the little community; the Mansion House offers a romantic stay while the smaller hotels, inns and B&B is equally good for a the little getaway. From Vineyard Haven, you can then travel to the main towns of the island, Oak Bluff or Edgartown. A trip to West Chop Lighthouse and Beach Road’s drawbridge promises to bring out the photographer in you at Vineyard Haven.

Oak Bluffs is the home to the island’s largest marina and features beautiful white sandy beaches and charter bus visitors will not missed the opportunity to enjoy a few local delights of fresh seafood. The town is also known for the most perfectly preserved Carpenter Gothic style architecture collection also known as the gingerbread cottages. You will also find the country’s oldest operating carousel dating back to 1884 there, Flying Horses.

The next stop on a charter bus tour of Martha's Vineyard, Edgartown, be surprised and be inspired by its elegant art galleries and antique shops, as well as some of the best seafood restaurants, with the family-friendly Seafood Shanty on Dock Street coming highly recommended. Along the harbor, charter bus visitors can view the well-preserved stately white Greek Revival houses that document the vast riches brought by the whaling industry to this 19th century seafaring village. History buffs will also want to make their way to School Street in Edgartown to enjoy an in-depth look at the island's whaling lore at the Martha's Vineyard Museum.

For a charter bus trip to Martha’s Vineyard, let Charter Bus Boston help you organize your charter bus travel with a selection from their fleet of charter buses and friendly, personalized service.