Expert Travel Advice to Nantucket

Top Answers To Nantucket Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user asked:
    Anonymous user answered:
    It takes approximately forty to fifty minutes, depending on whether you're departing from Falmounth or Hyannisport. Of the two, Falmounth is slightly farther from Nantucket.
  • Anonymous user asked:
    Anonymous user answered:
    It was first discovered in early 1600. http://bit.ly/QwRLp
  • Anonymous user asked:
    Anonymous user answered:
    No, you can't get there from Boston as you first have to drive/sail to the Cape and then catch a ferry from Hyannis on the Lower Cape. Only direct option from Boston would be to fly. http://www.flycapeair.com/common/index.php?lng=ENG&div=AA&nav=AA&page=A01&flash=1
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    Pieter answered:
    Really anything outside of "town" isn't a tourist attraction. Namely the beaches. 'Sconset and Madaket beaches are two of the best (beach map here: http://1.usa.gov/ofZ1Yj ) If you're in town, there's a little sea kayak rental place (Washington Avenue, seanantucketkayak.com) that will get you away from the crowds and out to the barrier beaches very quickly. Or take a sunset sail with one of the charters on the wharf. I'd reccomend Cap'n Jim on the Endeavor (endeavorsailing.com).

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