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Cagliari to Naples / Naples to Cagliari2 crossings weekly14 hr 30 min
Capri to Naples / Naples to Capri9 crossings daily45 min
Lipari to Naples / Naples to Lipari2 crossings weekly6 hr
Palermo to Naples / Naples to Palermo7 crossings weekly10 hr 30 min
Palermo to Naples / Naples to Palermo7 crossings weekly9 hr 15 min
Panarea to Naples / Naples to Panarea2 crossings weekly5 hr 20 min
Ponza to Naples / Naples to Ponza1 crossings weekly3 hr
Salina to Naples / Naples to Salina2 crossings weekly6 hr
Sorrento to Naples / Naples to Sorrento7 crossings weekly35 min
Stromboli to Naples / Naples to Stromboli2 crossings weekly4 hr 45 min
Ventotene to Naples / Naples to Ventotene1 crossings weekly2 hr
Vulcano to Naples / Naples to Vulcano2 crossings weekly6 hr 30 min
Naples Ferry Port is situated in the south-east of the city, and is close to the city centre and all its attractions. Naples Ferry Port is the most important port in the South of Italy and provides many passenger ferry services to the Aeolian islands of Lipari, Salina, Stromboli, Panarea and Vulcano; to the island of Ischia, to Cagliari in Sardinia and to Palermo in Sicily.
Ferries to and from Napoli
SNAV has the latest and the fastest fleet in the Mediterranean composed mostly of hydrofoils and catamarans. SNAV ferries are capable of reaching speeds of up to 38 knots. All of the SNAV catamarans and hydrofoils have cafeterias and snack bars on board.
All Tirrenia Ferries provide a fantastic range of on board facilities. Some of which are luxurious lounges, a central area with panoramic views, bar hall, self service and a la carte restaurants, shopping and entertainment areas. There are also spacious cabins furnished to the highest standards.
Medmar currently operates a fleet of 14 top of the range vessels all equipped with the facilities to make sure you have a pleasant and relaxing journey. Ferries operating on the very short routes normally have all the facilities you would expect on a short journey. However, for longer journeys, Medmar employs ferries like the LORA D'Abundo which boast a full range of facilities. This ferry can carry up to 900 passengers and 110 cars, and can travel up 19 knots.Lines The Trinacria and Partenope fleet can carry up to 950 passengers each in one crossing. You will find comfortable seating onboard, and the option of accommodation - all of which have an en-suite. A choice of either a self-service restaurant or an à la carte restaurant is available, as well as a stocked bar to relax in. You will also find video games, slot machines and a shop onboard for your entertainment.
The Alilauro's fleet is composed by 11 operational ferries, being its new Catamaran Angelina Lauro the "crown jewel". But the modern history of the Lauro family business began long time ago at the port of Ischia, in 1944, with Agostino Lauro aboard the Freccia del Golfo.
The crossing time is only 45 minutes, so the facilities on board are limited. You'll enjoy the wonderful landscape while you approach to your destiny.
Naples port facilities
Naples Ferry Port has a wide range of services and facilities for passengers, including shops and bars.
Getting to Naples port
Naples Ferry Port is very close to the city centre and to Piazza del Municipio and is roughly 10 minutes from Piazza Garibaldi square Railway Station and Underground Station.
From the motorway, Naples Ferry Port is only few minutes away from the motorway tollbooth (casello autostradale).
Naples Ferry Port is 15km from the Aeroporto Internazionale di Capodichino outside which you'll find bus, coach and taxi services to the city centre and to the port.
Naples, or Napoli, is located in the Italian region of Campania and is famous for its stunning architecture from the Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque periods. The city is home to many famous buildings of great architectural value, such as churches and castles.
Naples (Napoli in Italian) is the third largest city in Italy and is jam packed with history and culture around every corner. And of course, here you'll also find the pizza in the world. Just be careful crossing the road as Neapolitan drivers are renowned for driving recklessly.
Must see sights include the famous Piazza del Plebiscito, Via San Biaggio - the main street that divides Naples in the historic centre, the famous The Duomo cathedral and of course the The National Archaeological Museum.
And after a day of sight-seeing, what could be better than a world famous Napoli pizza? Pizza was born in Naples and the Neapolitan style of pizza - simple ingredients, a chewy dough and slightly charred - is the world standard in pizza. Unlike in other cities throughout Italy, you won't be able to find a bad pizzeria in Naples. It would be Neapolitan sacrilege to serve a bad pizza.
Molo Beverello, 80133 Naples, Italy
Grandi Navi Veloci
Via Nuova Marina, 80133, Napoli, Italy
Calata Porta di Massa, 80133, Naples, Italy
Via Caracciolo, 10 (Mergellina), 80122 Napoli, Italy
Tirrenia di Navigazione
Molo Immacolatella Vecchia, I - 80133 Napoli, Italy
Napoli (Molo Immacolatella Vecchia), 80133 Napoli, Italy
Stazione Marittima, Molo Beverello, 80100 Napoli, Italy