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Steamer Martha's Vineyard of 1923 departing Woods Hole before World War II. | "Although Short-Lived, Postwar Vessel Bridged Gap Between Eras" - Vineyard Gazette | Martha's Vineyard News

Steamer Martha's Vineyard of 1923 departing Woods Hole before World War II. | "Although Short-Lived, Postwar Vessel Bridged Gap Between Eras" - Vineyard Gazette | Martha's Vineyard News

Martha's Vineyard Ferry Reservations Advance Car Ferry Reservations

Martha's Vineyard Ferry Reservations Advance Car Ferry Reservations

'Martha's Vineyard 'Snapshots' Album: Steamer "Naushon" at Sea

'Martha's Vineyard 'Snapshots' Album: Steamer "Naushon" at Sea

October 15, 1971: The Uncatena, one of four vessels which serviced the Cape islands for the Woods Hole, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket Steamship Authority was exactly cut in half at the Bromfield Corp. Shipyard in East Boston. Part of the 1971 Boston skyline can be seen between the bow and stern sections. She had 53 feet added to her midship. Her passenger carrying capacity increased from 200 to 380. Her car carrying capacity increased from 25 to 34 automobiles.The spectacular sight caused…

October 15, 1971: The Uncatena, one of four vessels which serviced the Cape islands for the Woods Hole, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket Steamship Authority was exactly cut in half at the Bromfield Corp. Shipyard in East Boston. Part of the 1971 Boston skyline can be seen between the bow and stern sections. She had 53 feet added to her midship. Her passenger carrying capacity increased from 200 to 380. Her car carrying capacity increased from 25 to 34 automobiles.The spectacular sight caused…

Mount Hope (1888-1936). Narragansett Bay's largest passenger steam vessel.

Mount Hope (1888-1936). Narragansett Bay's largest passenger steam vessel.

New Bedford~Steamer Sankaty~Martha's Vineyard & Nantucket Steamboat Co~1920s PC

New Bedford~Steamer Sankaty~Martha's Vineyard & Nantucket Steamboat Co~1920s PC

"The Martha's Vineyard Ferry" artwork by John Holladay

"The Martha's Vineyard Ferry" artwork by John Holladay

"Bryan and I took the ferry from Woods Hole for a short, weekend trip to Martha’s Vineyard the weekend after Columbus Day. Columbus Day weekend is usually considered the last weekend of the season. After that weekend, many businesses begin closing for the winter and the crowds diminish significantly."

Autumn at Martha's Vineyard

"Bryan and I took the ferry from Woods Hole for a short, weekend trip to Martha’s Vineyard the weekend after Columbus Day. Columbus Day weekend is usually considered the last weekend of the season. After that weekend, many businesses begin closing for the winter and the crowds diminish significantly."

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