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Ferries from Sorrento to Naples

Ferries from Sorrento to Naples depart regularly throughout the day, including on both Saturdays and on Sundays. The first ferry leaves in the early morning and it's followed at intervals of about two hours by other ferry departures throughout the day until the last ferry leaves late in the afternoon. The crossing is a fast one, taking just 45 minutes by modern catamaran to traverse the beautiful Gulf of Naples. Ferries leave from Sorrento's Marina Piccola, which is easily accessible from the centre of town. The arrival point is Molo Beverello in Naples, one of two ports in the city, with onward transport readily available.

Timetable of ferries from Sorrento to Naples

Omio will always provide a simple and easy way of booking a ferry from Sorrento to Naples, with all the latest details on updated ferry schedules and whether ferries are direct or not. There are five ferry departures every day, including on both Saturdays and on Sundays, from Sorrento to Naples. The first ferry leaves early in the morning and then there are departures roughly every two hours throughout the day until the late afternoon. The crossing is a fast and direct one, with all ferries from Sorrento to Naples taking just 45 minutes to make the spectacular journey across the Gulf of Naples. All the ferries on this route are modern catamarans with full seating for all passengers. The only operator on this route is the Italian ferry company Volaviamare. These ferries are by far the quickest way of travelling between the beautiful town of Sorrento and the bustle and spectacle of Naples. 

What you need to know to travel by ferry from Sorrento to Naples

Departure Port: Sorrento Marina Piccola is the departure port for all of these ferries from Sorrento to Naples. It's easy for visitors to locate because it's the only port in Sorrento, used by all departing and arriving vessels. Marina Piccola is, however, a steep walk down from the centre of Sorrento but it only takes about 15 minutes. For those who prefer, or who are carrying heavy luggage, there's a fast and efficient bus service that takes about 12 minutes from Sorrento's main railway station. A lift is also available to make the descent to the lower part of Sorrento even easier. There's no car parking on the port itself but there are car parks in the centre of Sorrento and will require a fee. Marina Piccola itself is a spectacular natural port with great views upwards to Sorrento.

Arrival Port: Molo Beverello in Naples is the port where all of these ferries from Sorrento to Naples arrive. It's one of two ports in Naples so passengers must be sure to check their onward travel is from Molo Beverello rather than Calata Porta di Massa or specify to the company if they are arranging a collection by taxi. Molo Beverello is a half hour's walk from central Naples and most visitors choose either to use one of the taxis available at the port or to use public transport, with a direct bus from the port available, or the Metro system from the Municipio stop which is about a ten-minute walk from the port. There's a coffee shop directly on the port itself which serves basic refreshments.