Board in Naples Mergellina
The Port (15 minutes from Airport) lies west from the Town's centre.
Cruise to Ischia (approx. 4 hours). Anchoring off in the bay of Lacco
Ameno. Continue cruising to Sant Angelo
Dinner in Restaurant "Neptunus" (Tel.: 081/999702) which is located in a marvellous position by the sea side.
Night moored in the marina
Visit the thermal baths dating back from Caesar's times
Fantastic restaurants both in the marina and nearby streets
Anchoring off in the Bay of Castello. Arrival in the evening to the port of Ischia. Restaurant "Alberto" (Tel.: 081/981259) or "Pizzeria Pirozzi" (Tel.: 081/991121)
From Ischia to Ventotene
Cruising time approx. 4 hours. Spend the night moored in an old roman port. Cozy restaurants in the Port, "L'Aragosta" which means "The Lobster" (Tel.: 85235) and "Zi'Amalia" (Tel.: 85129) which is specialised in lentils soup and fish soup.
From Ventotene to Capri
Arrival in Marina Piccola (which means: little Marina)
Restaurant "Onda D'Oro" (Tel.: 081/8370698) Their almond sorbet with chocolate sauce is a must!
Spend the night moored in Marina Grande (which means large Marina).
Capri - Sorrento - Positano
Stop in Marina del Cantone, Nerano ideal village lying at the bottom of the Santo Constanzo mountain
Restaurant "Quattro Passi" surrounded by lemon trees (Tel.: 8081271). Speciality: Pasta with Zucchini. Spend the night in either Positano or Amalfi.
From Amalfi to Procida
Stop to spend the night in Chiaiolella
Restaurant "Scarabeo" (Tel.: 081/8969918) and "Gorogonia" (Tel.: 081/8101060)
Return cruise from Procida to Naples Margellina
Additional information on the main destinations visited:
This 46km2 big island is inhabited by 44.000 people and once was Europe's Greek colony. Due to her volcanic origins there are many thermal fountains that have made Ischia famous worldwide.
Still quite protected from the massive affluence of tourists, in many places of this small island you will feel as if you had travelled back in time. Her colourful houses will offer you many choices of making gorgeous pictures.
Also known as the "Queen of the Mediterranean". Her livelihood, her many beautiful sites mixed with the scents of her wide variety of flowers, the sounds of the breaking waves and the calls of the sea gulls will for sure become a long cherished memory. Contrary to Ischia and Procida Capri does not have a volcanic origin. Many centuries ago this island, which is 11km2 big, was torn apart from the coast of Sorrento by an earthquake. The magical game of lights in her famous "Blue Cave" attracts tourists from all over the world.
Also known as "the Rome of the seas". This almost 1km2 big island with 600 inhabitants (more over Summer) has a very special Roman atmosphere which is immediately evident to the visitor. This Roman atmosphere is so special that not even in Rome will you find anything similar. The Port where the yachts more is exactly the same as it was 2000 years ago as this was the port which the Romans used to more their long keeled ships.
Please remember, any itinerary suggestion is just that, a suggestion in between many other possibilities which depending mainly on the weather and your interests (Water sports, Tours, Visiting specialised restaurants and so on) can be changed at any one time by talking to the Captain and informing him about your personal wishes.
Both the Crew and our company will endeavour to arrange the best to arrange an itinerary to best suit your interests.