The ride was pleasant and the ferry ariived on time. But there was one flaw. There is no covered shelter for waiting travelers on the Oak Bluffs side. So if it is pouring rain and if are we expected to be there 45 minutes early in order to guarantee a spot on the ferry, then we would be soaked wet even with umbrellas. It definitely needs improvement on that front. This waiting area needs to have a covered shelter arrangement. And more conveniently located restrooms on the Oak Bluffs side would help passengers.
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