There are plenty of options for those looking for ferries from Capri to the Bay of Naples. Daily departures are available to various locations including Naples, Ischia, Amalfi and Sorrento. During the summer season, ferries depart approximately every 20 minutes, but there are far fewer crossings in winter. Ferries to Sorrento take just 20 minutes from Capri while those leaving to Naples take between 50 and 80 minutes depending on which is chosen: ferry or hydrofoil. Travelers can bring cars to the island between November and Easter, but only residents cars are permitted during the summer.
Some of the most popular departure points for Capri include Naples and Sorrento. Passengers can choose from around 30 daily ferries to Naples. These are operated by carriers like Caremar and SNAV and sail to either Molo Beverello or Calata Porta di Massa. There are over 35 ferries to Sorrento from Capri each day during the summer season. Among the most prominent service providers are SNAV with 17 daily sailings and Caremar with 4. Other places where travelers can find ferries to and from Capri in summer include Positano on the Amalfi coast, Ischia, and Castellammare di Stabia near Sorrento.
High-speed ferries and catamarans depart from Marina Grande to Naples Molo Beverello throughout the day. The first leaves at about 6:50 a.m. and the last at about 7:10 p.m. Ferries and slow ferries leave to Naples Calata Porta di Massa from just before 5:40 a.m. until just after 10:05 p.m. Those traveling from Capri to Sorrento can choose from 36 daily sailings during the summer months with departures from around 7:00 a.m. until about 6:45 p.m.
The beautiful island of Capri is known for natural wonders like the Blue Grotto and attractions like the pretty town of Anacapri. Ferries depart from Marina Grande on Capri. To reach the port, visitors can take local buses or the funicular railway into Capri Town.