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Stop looking. This is the one for a private day on the Amalfi Coast. Francisco and Raimondo were incredible hosts, customized the trip to our needs and gave incredible detail about the past and present of the area. The boat was in perfect condition and honestly the day could not have been better. Thank you, gentlemen!
Michael was amazing, I would charter with him every time I come to the coast!
Highly recommend! Our captain was incredible and very knowledgeable of the area! Everything was very timely.
When people dream of a picture-perfect vacation in Italy, the Amalfi Coast is the region that comes to mind. This stunning place is formed by steep hills adorned with charming, red-roofed villas. It overlooks the sparkling sapphire Tyrrhenian sea. The beauty of the Amalfi Coast is captivating for anyone who visits, and it’s easy to see why this is a top destination in Europe for visitors and tourists, especially during the summer.
The best time of year to visit the Amalfi Coast is during the late spring, between April and June. The flowers are blooming, the sun shines and the weather warms up. This avoids the tourist crowds and high heat of the summer months. You'll also have a smaller chance of rainfall and cold temperatures ruining your trip. The Amalfi Coast and nearby towns are is a summer resort town, the winters are quiet and many businesses shut down. While it may be a much cheaper time to visit, you won’t get to enjoy all the water activities and experiences that this part of Italy has to offer.
The closest airport to the Amalfi Coast is Naples, which is an hour and 15 minutes drive away. From the airport, you can drive, take a ferry, or jump on a bus to arrive at your accommodation.
There’s an unlimited amount of boating and water experiences you can book while on the Amalfi Coast. If you want to spend a few hours enjoying a nice meal and a beautiful view, you can book a sunset dinner cruise. There are Amalfi Coast tours that leave by boat that will take you to the most idyllic spots along the coastline. You can choose from a group as well as private cruises. If you're an experienced boater, you can rent on your own. If you'd rather have a professional show you the sights, opt to have a captain onboard to steer you around.
For a day of luxury on the sea, charter a yacht with a professional captain and crew who can take you to the best views while serving up meals and drinks. If you’d rather rent on your own and spend a day cruising solo, there is a variety of dinghies, motorboats, and catamarans available to rent on the Amalfi Coast. Rent for a day or an entire week on a sleep aboard. If you are renting or chartering a boat and hoping to explore beyond the coast of Amalfi, take a day trip to one of the nearby islands. The famous Blue Grotto, Ischia, and Capri are all great places to explore by boat when staying on the Amalfi Coast.
Sea kayak tours are an eco-friendly and active way to explore more of the Amalfi Coast. You’ll get a new perspective on this beautiful area, and have the chance to get some good exercise on your vacation! Stand up paddleboarding is another rental option for getting exercise and exploring at your own pace. Rent a kayak or paddleboard in Amalfi to get some exercise in while traveling.
While boating or exploring the water around Amalfi, be sure to rent some snorkel equipment and go for a swim. The crystal clear waters of the sea and the interesting coves along the coastline make for a fun and beautiful exploration. You can also go scuba diving, the high visibility makes it a great place to learn how to dive. Check out our available scuba charters on the Amalfi Coast.
If you want to get on the water but are not interested in a private boat rental, there are ferry trips that leave from the port of Amalfi. They will take you to nearby islands and other points of interest!
The Amalfi Coast hosts several regattas. The Amalfi Regatta is an exciting boating even in June, and the Regatta of the Ancient Maritime Republics is a rowing race in honor of the King and the different republics of Italy.
While on land in Amalfi, there are many things to see and experience. This beautiful seaside town deserves at least one full day of wandering the charming streets and winding alleyways. There are loads of little art galleries to stumble into and churches to visit. Take a day trip to one of the nearby cities like Sorrento, Positano, or take a boat trip to the stunning island of Capri.
This region of Italy is famous for inventing Limoncello, so tasting the potent liqueur is a must while in Amalfi Coast. Eating is a highlight for anyone traveling in Italy, and this region is no exception when it comes to offering incredible restaurants. Indulge in delicious Italian cuisine at any number of restaurants. There are many located along the waterfront near the beach, or up on the mountain, towering over the sea.
There are several marinas on the Amalfi Coast, with lots of beautiful boats moored in their berths. Some of the primary marinas include Amalfi Harbor Marina Coppola, Even if you aren’t keeping your boat in a berth at one of these marinas, they are gorgeous places to take a walk by. Go for a stroll and admire the boats and the sea. There are lots of waterfront restaurants near the marinas, so stop in for dinner and to watch the sunset over the sparkling horizon.
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