Ferry service is being impacted this week by severe weather.
On Wednesday, Hy-Line Cruises canceled all high-speed ferry service between Hyannis and Nantucket for the day due to weather.
The Steamship Authority announced it is "extremely likely that ferries will be unable to run" on both the Vineyard and Nantucket routes for most of the day Thursday.
Just before 1 p.m. Thursday, Steamship Authority announced all Nantucket service is canceled.
False hope for people hoping to make it to Martha's Vineyard this afternoon. @SteamshipMA cancelled ferry at last minute. Passengers now on standby to potentially leave at 2:30 PM @boston25 pic.twitter.com/ckwEMKfl8O— Julianne Lima (@JulianneLimaTV) October 10, 2019
UPDATE: All Nantucket service is CANCELLED for the rest of today, October 10, 2019. #weather— Steamship Authority (@SteamshipMA) October 10, 2019
**TRAVEL ALERT**— Peter Wilson (@PetesWire) October 9, 2019
Steamship Authority says it is extremely unlikely that ferries will run on both the #MarthasVineyard and #Nantucket routes for the bulk of the day on Thursday Oct. 10.
Service disruptions are already being observed on the Nantucket route.#CapeCod @boston25 pic.twitter.com/7iSbBwZoS9
They also said service disruptions are already being observed on the Nantucket route and "significant disruptions" are possible on both routes on Friday.
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