2024 Ferry Schedules from Sorrento to Capri

Here you can consult all ferry schedules to and from Capri, Italy. Select a route and check times and prices. Routes and schedules are continually updated and refer to the current week.

From mid-April to mid-October the hydrofoils to Capri fill up easily and there can be long lines at the departure ports. We recommend booking tickets in advance.

  • The schedules change often; the times on this page refer to the current week. Check times again shortly before your travel dates.

  • In case of rough seas: before departure, we suggest you contact the ferry company by telephone (see number in the sidebar) or call the Capri information office (+39 081 8370686) to check on scheduling changes or cancellations. You will also find all ferry company updates on the site NaplesBayFerry.

  • Advance booking or purchase of ferry tickets is not required, but we suggest you pre-purchase your tickets for travel during holiday weekends or the months of July and August, especially for afternoon return ferries from Capri to the mainland. You can purchase tickets in advance through our partner, TraghettiLines.

Naples: Molo Beverello and Calata Porta di Massa

In Naples, there are two locations where passengers board for Capri connected by a free shuttle service: Molo Beverello, where high speed ferries depart, and Calata Porta di Masso, where ferries and slow ferries depart. Schedules are very different in the summer and winter months. In summer, there are routes which run more frequently, and seasonal routes to additional destinations including Positano, Ischia, and Salerno. Routes and schedules are constantly updated and refer to the current week.

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Schedule and duration times

Ferry schedules vary widely between the summer and winter seasons: the summer schedule is usually in effect from after Easter through the beginning of November. The schedule may also vary during the season, so we suggest double-checking the schedule a few days before your travel dates.

How long is the sea crossing between Capri and Naples?
Slow Ferry: 80 minutes
Ferry: 60 minutes
High speed ferry or Catamaran: 50 minutes

Routes for the Amalfi Coast, Ischia, and Salerno

Routes for the Amalfi Coast, Ischia, and Salerno are usually active from mid-April to the end of October.

Do children pay the ticket?

Caremar ferry

0-5 years: Free

5-12 years: discounted ticket

Fast ship Caremar

0-5 years: Free

5-12 years: reduced ticket

Gescab hydrofoils

0-3 years: Free

3-12 years: reduced ticket

Rates for baggage

Baggage surcharge:

There is a surcharge of €2 per bag. The prices refer to the single route.


Usually, advance ticket reservations are not necessary; you can simply arrive at the pier a few minutes before departure and purchase a ticket directly from the ticket office. You can purchase tickets in advance through our partner, TraghettiLines. Once you have purchased your ticket online, you must present the ticket voucher at the the ticket office to receive your ticket to board. You can also purchase your tickets in advance directly at the pier. During the months of July and August, and holiday weekends, it is advisable to purchase your ticket in advance to be sure to get a seat on the ferry.

Where do I board in Naples for Capri?

There are two ports in Naples where passengers board the ferry for Capri: Calata di Massa for slow ferries and ferries, and Molo Beverello for high speed ferries. The two ports are a bit less than a kilometer apart, and the Alibus airport shuttle stops at both. Cruise ships dock at the pier adjacent to Molo Beverello.

Embarking Vehicles for Capri

Vehicles can embark at Calata di Massa, though non-resident vehicles are permitted to embark for the island only from the beginning of November to Easter; the rest of the year, non-resident vehicles are prohibited from the Island of Capri.

In Case of Rough Seas

Ferry routes may be suspended in case of rough seas. High-speed ferry routes are the first to be suspended, while slow ferries and ferries are only suspended in cases of extremely rough seas. From April to the end of October, it is extremely rare that all routes are suspended. For updated information, contact the ferry companies or the Capri Information Office by telephone (+39 081 8370686).

For travelers who get seasick, we suggest booking slow ferries or ferries, and avoiding the high-speed ferry. If you are taking a high-speed ferry, choose a single-hulled ship, which is more stable on the water than a double-hulled catamaran. When the seas are rough, we recommend all travelers avoid the catamaran between Naples and Capri and vice versa, which can be hard on the stomach of even the most seasoned sailors.

Information for travelers with disability

By law, all ferries must be accessible. However, we recommend contacting the ferry company before your travel date to confirm that the ferry is accessible and to request assistance during boarding and disembarking.

Phone Numbers for Ferry Companies


Call centerTel. +39 081 18966690

Snav (Gescab)

Call center: Tel. +39 081 4285555

NLG - Navigazione Libera del Golfo

Call center: Tel. +39 081 5520763
Info-Booking Sorrento: Tel. +39 081 8071812

Alilauro (Gescab)

Call center: Tel. +39 081 4972238
Customer service: Tel. +39 081 4972206

Alicost (Gescab)

Call center: Tel. +39 081 7041921


Call center: Tel. +39 089 872950

Capitan Morgan

Napoli: Tel. +39 081 4972201
Ischia: Tel. +39 328 4405206


Positano: Tel. +39 089 875032

Rumore Marittima

Ischia: Tel. +39 081 983636

Laser Capri

Ufficio prenotazioni: Tel. +39 081 0105988

Tourist Information Offices


Piazza Umberto I
Tel. +39 081 8370686

Marina Grande

Banchina del Porto
Tel. +39 081 8370634


Via G. Orlandi, 59
Tel. +39 081 8371524