Capri is a stunning island located in the Tyrrhenian Sea off the Sorrento Peninsula, on the south side of the Gulf of Naples. With multiple ferry companies sailing multiple times per day to the island, you can easily find the right ferry departure and useful travel information on FerryGoGo! You won’t want to miss out on this beautiful island!
Ferry to Amalfi and Capri
The Amalfi-Capri ferry route has up to 9 sailings per day. Three different ferry services operate on the route.
The number of sailings can vary due to seasonality and weather conditions. The most up-to-date Amalfi-Capri timetable can be found on this page's booking module. You can also compare prices for the different ferry operators.
Which means of transport are allowed on board this ferry?
🚗 No, unfortunately, you can't bring your car on this ferry route
🚲 No, this route has passenger ferries that are not suitable for bikes
🚐 No, there is no space for vans, campers, and caravans on this ferry route
Can I bring my dog?
🐶 Yes, dogs are welcome on board!
Are there extra sleeping facilities?
🛌🏼 No, there are no cabins available on this route.
💺 No, there are no sleeping chairs
What facilities can you expect?
The vessels on this route are small and fast tourist ferries. So there are not a lot of facilities. Fortunately, you can buy something like a cup of coffee on board.
What are the check-in times at the departure port?
Foot passengers should arrive at least 20 minutes before departure. No cars and other motorized vehicles are allowed.
What is the address of the departure port?
- Ferries depart at the ‘Comuno Di Amalfi' pier that is located in the harbor along the Via Lungomare dei Cavalieri.
What kind of ferries sail on this route?
The ferries that sail on this route are Hydrofoils.
It is unknown if the ferry sails with clean fuel. Ferries, however, are known as pretty environmentally friendly compared to other means of motorized transport.
Are you looking for a fun experience? Then you can also book an organized tour of Capri. Especially if you are with a somewhat larger group, this can work out quite cheaply.