Ferry trip cancellations continue into Tuesday

Hy-Line and Steamship Authority announce weather cancellations

Second day for storm related cancellations

Winds and snow caused several ferry trip cancellations between the Cape and Islands on Monday on both Hy-Line and the Steamship Authority.  Both lines have announced additional cancellations today, Tuesday, December 21, 2010.

The following Steamship Authority trips have been canceled:

  • M/V Iyanough Hyannis to Nantucket 11 a.m. trip
  • M/V Iyanough Nantucket to Hyannis 12:30 p.m. trip
  • M/V Iyanough Hyannis to Nantucket 1:55 p.m. trip
  • M/V Iyanough Nantucket to Hyannis 3:15 p.m. trip
  • M/V Iyanough Hyannis to Nantucket 4:30 p.m. trip
  • M/V Gay Head Hyannis to Nantucket 5 p.m. trip
  • M/V Gay Head Nantucket to Hyannis 7:45 p.m.
  • M/V Iyanough Nantucket to Hyannis 6 p.m. trip

For more information on Steamship Authority cancellations, call the Nantucket office at 508-228-0262 or the Hyannis office at 508-771-4000.

The following Hy-Line trips have been canceled:

  • Grey Lady Hyannis to Nantucket 9:10 a.m. trip
  • Grey Lady Nantucket to Hyannis 10:35 a.m. trip
  • Grey Lady Hyannis to Nantucket 12 p.m. trip
  • Grey Lady Nantucket to Hyannis 1:25 p.m. trip

For more information on Hy-Line cancellations, call the Hyannis office at 508-778-0404 or 800-492-8082 or the Nantucket office at 508-228-3949. Information is also available on the Hy-Line website here.

Up to 10 inches of snow has fallen over parts of the Cape and Islands since Monday morning.

We will update this post as more information becomes available.

Updated 12-21-10,4:24 p.m.

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