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There is a new way to get between the Vineyard and Nantucket this summer

Faraway Hotels and Tradewind Aviation have teamed up for this luxe option.

JQ Louise
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JQ Louise
Editor of Time Out Boston
Blue Flag Partners marthas vineyard
Photograph: Courtesy Blue Flag Partners
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Just in time for the summer travel season, there is a chic new way to get between two of the most popular New England vacation spots. Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket are now air linked via a new partnership between Faraway Hotels and Tradewind Aviation.

Basically, if you are looking to visit the Faraway hotels on both Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard this summer, you can do so effortlessly, by booking a Tradewind charter flight. Guests who book a private charter with Tradewind between these two destinations and choose to stay at both Faraway properties will receive a 5% discount on their charter flight.

Blue Flag Partners faraway hotel
Photograph: Courtesy Blue Flag Partners

“For 20 years, Tradewind has provided a seamless and efficient way to access anywhere, from major cities to top leisure destinations to remote areas throughout North America and the Caribbean.” shared David Zipkin, Co-Founder and Chief Marketing Officer of Tradewind in a recent release. He went on to comment that, “We are looking forward to welcoming guests onboard to provide an unforgettable getaway to Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard. With a Tradewind private charter, our guests can maximize time spent at each property and take in the beauty of the islands from the sky.”


But wait, there's more! If you book a stay of two nights or more at Faraway, you'll receive a discount of 10-15% (depending on when you book) on your accommodation. And let's not forget about the flights themselves. Tradewind operates a fleet of modern Pilatus PC-12s, perfect for the short hop between the islands. And while you're in the air, enjoy complimentary champagne, refreshments, wine, and beer. Could there be a better way to travel?

Sister Ship Nantucket
Photograph: Matt Kisiday, courtesy Sister Ship

“Providing highly-personalized experiences and creating memories that last a lifetime for our guests has always been our utmost priority. It was a natural fit to partner with Tradewind Aviation whose guest philosophy aligns perfectly with our own.” said Jason Brown, Managing partner at Blue Flag and co-owner of Faraway Hotels. Faraway Hotels, launched on Nantucket in June 2021 by Blue Flag Partners, has already been named the top hotel in Massachusetts by both Condé Nast Traveler and Travel + Leisure. The blend of new and old, is just what you want in a luxury boutique hotel and Blue Flag has that mastered.

For some more ideas on where to go this summer check out our complete guide to the best weekend getaways from Boston

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