Naples ferries connect Italy with Sicily, Gulf of Napoli, Aeolian Islands, Pontine Islands, Sardinia with crossings available to Palermo, Palermo Termini Imerese & Milazzo (in Sicily), Ischia, Capri, Casamicciola, Procida & Forio (in Gulf of Napoli), Lipari, Panarea, Salina, Stromboli, Vulcano, Ginostra, Rinella & Filicudi (in Aeolian Islands), Ponza & Ventotene (in Pontine Islands), Cagliari (in Sardinia) & Sorrento, Castellammare di Stabia, Acciaroli, Agropoli, Camerota, Casalvelino, Palinuro & Amalfi (in Italy). Sailings from Naples are operated by numerous ferry companies.
There are up to 113 ferry crossings daily from Naples with sailing durations starting from 30 minutes. Our Naples ferry summary provides a good guide but for the latest sailing information use our fare search.
You can get a whole variety of different ferries from Naples, as this port connects a whole number of different islands to the mainland of Italy, such as Sicily, Sardinia, and the Aeolian Islands, as well as to other ports in Italy, such as Sorrento. With up to 358 sailings a week to a multitude of destinations, there is no limit to where you can go from Naples.
Yes, you certainly can travel to Capri from Naples, as this is one of our most popular routes from Naples, and indeed runs 8 times a day. Indeed, this ferry only take about 45 minutes, so it is not only the most popular ferry, but one of the quickest and most regular ferries available from Naples.
As there are such a large number of different destinations you can reach from Naples by ferry, there is no one specific length of time that a ferry can take. Indeed, sail times can range from anywhere between 35 minutes, to 4 and a half hours, to even 11 and a half hours, so to find our how long your precise route will take, please visit the dedicated route page.
Out of all of the operators that work on the different routes from Naples, only one uses hydrofoil ferries to travel, and that is Liberty Lines Fast Ferries, which operates between Naples and the island of Ustica. For all other ferries from Naples, they are all catamarans of different sizes and hulls, but with the same shape and roughly similar speed, so the if you wish to ride a hydrofoil, then be sure to travel with Liberty Lines Fast Ferries.
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