NLG

NLG, or Navigazione Libera del Golfo, has operated ferry crossings for more than 80 years and now has a route network covering the islands in the Gulf of Napoli, Tremeti Islands, Pontine Islands and the Amalfi Coast.

Run by the Aponte family, whose origins in the maritime industry date back to the 17th century, NLG has completely modernised its fleet over the years which now features modern and highly efficient water-jet-propelled vessels. At present, the fleet is composed of 10 hydro-propelled jets and 2 DSC Catamarans, with the ship named Picasso acquired in 2007.

A perfect mix of the traditional and modern, the high level of service provided by the on-board staff is a trademark of NLG which of course helps to make them a popular company amongst their passengers. In short, with Navigazione Libera del Golfo, you have the freedom to explore many of Italy’s island treasures with numerous routes and frequent crossings on offer.

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NLG Customer Reviews

  • "Capri to napoli"

    Nice trip across from Capri to Napoli. Ferry was not crowded due to timing of traveling in the morning.

    'Peter' travelled with NLG

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  • "Helpful NLG staff Naples "

    My wife and I were booked on the 14.40hrs fast ferry to Capri however we made good time arriving in Naples earlier than anticipated. I went to the NLG office where I spoke with two members of staff who spoke good English. They changed my booking for me getting us onto an earlier ferry, it was honestly easier than I thought it was going to be. The actual ferry was busy but there were enough seats to cope. I would recommend NLG to friends if they come to Naples or Sorrento.

    'Gary' travelled with NLG

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  • "Trip to Capri"

    You need to get your printed reservation exchanged for tickets in the office area right beside where you board..staff are good and organised both at dock side and aboard..I thought we had booked a direct ferry to Capri...but it did stop in Amalfi..and positano before hand..left on time 8.20hrs..arriving in Capri at 10.20hrs..Have a plan when you disembark as it's very hectic!!!

    'Deborah' travelled with NLG

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  • "Good way to travel the Amalfi Coast."

    We took the ferrie from Amalfi to Sorrento. It was on time. Beverages served en route. A nice experience.

    'William' travelled with NLG

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