Move over Martha's Vineyard, Seastreak is officially offering daily fares out to Massachusetts' other favorite island starting April 20, 2022.

That's right, after years with daily routes to Martha's Vineyard departing from New Bedford's State Pier, Seastreak is doing the same for Nantucket, making even more island beach days available for day trips and weekend getaways this summer.

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Hard for some to believe, but this is actually the first time ever that Seastreak has made these trips a daily option. Presumably music to the ears of anyone who has suffered through Cape traffic for their Nantucket escape.

For those who may have never experienced Nantucket, this is your year. Relax and enjoy a two-hour boat ride out to this beach-covered vacation destination, then explore the shops, restaurants and history all across the island.

You might even get a little deja vu when you first arrive, with all the cobblestone streets and whaling history on the tiny island. But its laid-back atmosphere and constant celebrity sightings make getting away for even just a day totally worth it.

Now Seastreak is making it totally possible, too.

Those in the Nantucket-know say sneaking over to the island in the early spring or late fall can be some of the best times to go. Everything you want to see is open, but the crowds are much quieter. Plus, in April, there's the epic Daffodil Festival that sounds like a must-see event. Seastreak ferries begin their daily treks on April 20, so perhaps this is the year to see those daffodils.

Whatever you head out to do, it is now even easier to do it and that's what travelers are going to love about daily fares to Nantucket.

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