Residential Fares

Cash Prices

ALL FARES ARE ROUND-TRIP

Passenger — $4.00 round-trip
Car and driver — $12.00 round-trip
Bike and rider — $6.00 round trip
Moped (includes operator) — $8.00 round-trip
Motorcycle (includes operator) — $8.00 round-trip

Trailers (single axle) — $10.00 round-trip
Trailers (tandem axle) — $15.00 round-trip
Additional $1.00 per foot for boat on trailer
Additional $4.00 per ton load on trailer

Discount Books

Discount books for regular riders are available at a reduced rate.

Discount ticket books can be purchased on board the ferry year-round as well as shoreside during the summer.

Passenger book — $135 for 50 round-trips.
Which equals a discount of $65 or 32% off of the cash price.
Makes a round trip only $2.70 rather than cash price of $4.00.

Car book (passenger car ONLY) — $200 for 25 round-trips.
Which equals a discount of $100 or 33% off of the cash price.
Makes a round trip only $8.00 rather than cash price of $12.00.

Pickup and van book (no more than four tires) — $225 for 25 round-trips.
Which equals a discount of $75 or 25% off of the cash price.
Makes a round trip only $9.00 rather than cash price of $12.00.

Bike and rider book — $100 for 20 round-trips.
Which equals a discount of $20 or 17% off of the cash price.
Makes a round trip only $5.00 rather than cash price of $6.00.

Bike and rider may also use double passenger tickets.
Which makes a round trip $5.40 rather than cash price of $6.00.

There are no refunds on discount ticket books. Discount ticket books SOLD BY CHAPPAQUIDDICK FERRY, INC. have no expiration date. Discount tickets may not be used for trailers.

Discount tickets may not be used for vehicles with more than four tires.

Discount tickets may not be used for vehicles that would pay more than the regular cash fare because of size or weight.

Please see the commercial rate list.

You must shut off your engine while the ferry is underway. You must put your vehicle in park and set your parking brake.

You must not restart your engine until directed to do so by the captain or deckhand.

Passengers must sit during the crossing and hold on during docking. Do not not stand until directed by the captain or deckhand.

Commercial Fares

Cost of Freight

ALL FARES ARE ROUND-TRIP

Freight is $4 per ton ($2 for half ton, $1 for quarter ton, etc.)

Maximum Gross Vehicle Weight Limits on Ferry

Small trucks may not be loaded beyond the allowed gross vehicle weight as shown on the vehicle’s registration.

With a single rear axle, the limit is 30,000 lbs.

With a tandem rear axle, the limit is 35,000 lbs.

Tractor / Trailer limit is 40,000 lbs.

WITHOUT EXCEPTION, you must have a weight slip for freight, fuel (propane or oil), lumber, dirt, gravel, concrete castings, etc. The Coast Guard insists that we know the weights that we carry.

You can be weighed at these places:

Goodale Construction, near the Blinker
John Keene’s pit in West Tisbury
The Transfer Station near the Martha’s Vineyard Airport
The Oak Bluffs Transfer Station

Vehicle Pricing

Asphalt paver — $60
Bus (small) — $20, plus $4 per passenger
Bobcat — $25
Bobcat and trailer — $40
Bulldozer — $50
Backhoe — $40
Bus (large, occupying 3 spaces) — $45, plus $4 per passenger
Boom truck (single axle) — $40 plus load ($4 per ton)
Boom truck (tandem axle) — $50 plus load ($4 per ton)
Block truck — $50
Box truck (tandem axle) — $50 plus load ($4 per ton)
Box truck (up to 30,000 lbs.) — $40 plus load ($4 per ton)
Box truck (up to 15,000 lbs. GVW) — $30 plus load ($4 per ton)
Box truck (up to 10,000 lbs. GVW) — $20 plus load ($4 per ton)
Cement form truck (single axle including load, 30,000 lbs. maximum) — $60
Cement form truck (tandem axle including load, 35,000 lbs. maximum) — $70
Cement truck including load (35,000 lbs. maximum) — $80
Cesspool truck (small, including load / port-a-potty) — $40
Cesspool truck (tandem axle, 35,000 lbs. maximum) — $70 with load
Cesspool truck (single axle, 30,000 lbs. maximum) — $60 with load
Cherrypicker (medium) — $40
Cherrypicker (large) — $59
Chipper — $20
Container truck (single axle, 30,000 lbs. maximum) — $60 with load
Container truck (tandem axle, 35,000 lbs. maximum) — $70 with load
Crane — $85
Ditchwitch with trailer (small) — $25
Ditchwitch with trailer (large) — $30
Dump truck up to 10,000 lbs. GVW — $20 plus load ($4 per ton)
Dump truck up to 15,000 lbs. GVW — $30 plus load ($4 per ton)
Dump truck up to 30,000 lbs. — $40 plus load ($4 per ton)
Dump truck (tandem axle, 35,000 lbs. maximum) — $40 plus load ($4 per ton)
Flatbed (up to 10,000 lbs. GVW) — $20 plus load ($4 per ton)
Flatbed (up to 15,000 lbs. GVW) — $30 plus load ($4 per ton)
Flatbed (up to 30,000 lbs.) — $40 plus load ($4 per ton)
Flatbed (tandem axle, 35,000 lbs. maximum) — $50 plus load ($4 per ton)
Excavator (small, Bobcat style) — $35
Excavator (large, drive-on) — $75 (steel treads require 2 helpers and deck protection)
Farm tractor (small) — $20
Farm tractor (large) — $30
Front end loader — $65
Fuel truck (pickup size with tanks, including load) — $35
Fuel truck (gas, oil, propane, including load, 30,000 lbs. maximum) — $65
Grader (small) — $40
Grader (large) — $50
Lime truck (single axle, 30,000 lbs. maximum) — $60 with load
Lime truck (tandem axle, 35,000 lbs. maximum) — $70 with load
Rubbish truck (single axle, 30,000 lbs. maximum) – $55 with load
Trailer (single axle, occupies 1 space) — $10 plus load
Trailer (tandem axle, occupies 1 space) — $15 plus load
Trailer (any number of axles, but occupying 2 spaces) — $25 plus load
Boat on trailer — additional $1 per foot of boat length
Tractor trailer (maximum of 40,000 lbs.) — $75 plus load ($4 per ton)
Delivery van (small) — $20 plus load ($4 per ton)
Delivery van (large) — $30 plus load ($4 per ton)
Delivery van (extra large) — $40 plus load ($4 per ton)
Well rig (single axle, includes maximum load of 30,000 lbs.) — $55
Well rig (dual axle, includes maximum load of 35,000 lbs.) — $65
Water truck (empty) — $30
Water truck (loaded, 30,000 lbs. maximum) — $55

You must shut off your engine while the ferry is underway. You must put your vehicle in park and set your parking brake.

You must not restart your engine until directed to do so by the captain or deckhand.