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New ferry service - RI to Martha's Vineyard

Here's an update to a posting that I entered last week. The new high speed ferry from Quonset Point to MV begins this week. The ferry is passenger only and will make 2 -3 trips daily. For info call 401-295-4040 or online at www.vinyardfastferry.com.
This ferry service is being run by the same group that run high speed ferries to Block Island. I think this will be very successful and will certainly save lots of time! Hubby and I live close by to Quonset so I think we might be among the first passengers to try this service!

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