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Operating services along the beautiful southwest coast of Italy since the late 90s, Travelmar now boasts a fleet of ferries that travel along the Amalfi coast daily. Initially founded as a way to provide local residents with a means of avoiding the winding roads near the coastline, the company has since transformed into a major ferry service provider. Travelmar operates between six destinations including the beautiful city of Salerno, as well as the town of Amalfi and its extraordinary Duomo. Each ferry route offers a scenic view of the coastline on boats that are designed with sightseeing in mind. The ferries reach speeds of 18 knots and carry between 165 and 348 passengers.
Travelmar's six destinations are Positano, Salerno, Amalfi, Minori, Maiori and Cetara. Positano and Salerno are the furthest apart, and consequently, taking the ferry is actually one of the quickest transportation routes between the two destinations. Amalfi to Maiori and Amalfi to Minori feature among the most popular routes, with many tourists traveling to see the ruined Benedictine Abbey at Maori and the 11th-century Basilica at Minori.
Each port of call for Travelmar ferries offers its own unique combination of services which include WiFi, water taxi hire and even laundry and supermarket facilities. Passengers can also enjoy a reduced admission price at the Amalfi Paper Museum by presenting a Travelmar ticket. Onboard the ferry, service options can vary among the five different boats in the Travelmar fleet, and it is advisable to contact the company directly for details of each ones facilities. Every ferry is designed to benefit those looking to take in the beautiful coastline while traveling, with indoor and outdoor bench seating available. The largest ferry in the fleet is the Urganda 90, which can hold just under 350 passengers, while the fastest is the Maria Madre, which can reach speeds of 20 knots.
Salerno, Cetara, Maiori, Minori, Amalfi and Positano are the towns served by Travelmar, each one has its own ticket office and information point.
|Salerno||FERRY||from 10 to 85 min|
|Amalfi||FERRY||from 40 to 80 min|
|Positano||FERRY||from 25 to 70 min|
|Minori||FERRY||from 10 to 40 min|
|Maiori||FERRY||from 5 to 30 min|
Travelmar offers 30 routes from and to all 6 of the main locations of the Amalfitan Coast.