Grey Lady – Built in 2003 at Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding, Grey Lady is the newest vessel of the Hy-Line fleet. This high-speed catamaran operates year-round between Hyannis and Nantucket.
Lady Martha – Built in 1997 at Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding, Lady Martha was originally Grey Lady II, the second generation of high-speed catamarans built by Hy-Line. This vessel operated high-speed service between Hyannis and Nantucket until Grey Lady was built in 2003. The vessel was reacquired by Hy-Line in 2005 and embarked on a new adventure, high-speed service between Hyannis and Martha’s Vineyard.
Great Point – Built in 1988 at Washburn & Doughty Associates, Great Point is the largest vessel of the Hy-Line fleet. This “Traditional” vessel operates seasonally (May-Oct.) between Hyannis and Nantucket and is the only vessel that offers a private First Class Lounge for additional cruising comfort.
Brant Point – Built in 1973 at Blount Marine, Brant Point is named after the beautiful lighthouse on Nantucket. Her first job was operating seasonally (May-Oct.) between Hyannis and Nantucket. As the Company started to change with the success of the high-speed ferry service, Brant Point was moved to operate Traditional service between Hyannis and Martha’s Vineyard, seasonally, in 2000.
Patience – Built in 1982 at Billings Marine of Stonington, ME, Patience was built as a replica of her Maine Coastal Steamer sister-ship Prudence. Patience has returned from her new home in Maine for the 2012 season to operate our Hyannis Harbor Cruise.
Sea Queen II – Built in 1977 at Breaux Baycraft of Loreauville, LA, Sea Queen II has been in the Hy-Line fleet since 2000. Hy-Line started deep-sea fishing from the Ocean Street Dock in 1966.
Sea Swan II – Built in 1995 at Breaux Baycraft of Loreauville, LA, Sea Swan II has been part of the Hy-Line fleet since 2002. She is the smaller of our two fishing vessels.
Viking – Built in 1954 at Blount Marine, the Viking joined the Hy-Line fleet in 1973 as the sole vessel in our Cape Cod Canal Cruises division.