- A boat tour with one of the island's most famous skippers
- 40 years of experience
- Boat rentals without skipper for compete freedom
The progenitor of the Capri Whales family was one of the first scuba divers of the island: it was him who found the Roman statues into the Blue Grotto
Capri Whales - CapriGo to the top
One of the first names islanders will offer up when asked the best person to take them on a sail around Capri is "Gennarino", famous for his passion for the sea which makes his company, Capri Whales, one of the finest and most reliable of all those sailing the waters around Capri.
The tour around the island is a Capri classic, do it aboard one of Gennarino's boats and you'll enjoy those special touches that only Capri Whales can give you. Friendly service, the professionalism of sailors who live the sea each and every day of the year, and the experience of a family which has been in the business for more than 40 years. In addition, Capri Whales takes just small groups of passengers aboard and stops in the most beautiful sea caves and hidden coves so you can even take a swim in the crystalline waters off Capri!
Gennarino and Wendy's fleet
It's easy to spot Capri Whales' boats in the port of Marina Grande: all thirteen of them are painted bright yellow. Onboard, you'll find everything you need for a memorable day at sea, from masks and flippers to beach towels and an ice box filled with cold drinks.
Did you know, Gennarino was one of Capri's very first underwater divers? In fact, it was Gennarino who discovered the Roman statues in the Grotta Azzurra!
Your ideal trip
The Faraglioni, Grotta Azzurra, Punta Carena, Grotta Verde, Grotta Bianca: just some of the unforgettable sights on a trip sailing around Capri's spectacular coastline. If you'd rather cruise along the Amalfi Coast, travel across the sea for a fish supper in Nerano, or sail around the island's Ischia and Procida, all you have to do is ask!
An amateur sailor?
If you fancy trying your hand at the helm, you can rent a dinghy or one of the island's traditional fishing boats. Our staff will provide you with a detailed map of all there is to see along the coastline, and help you set off!
Prices for 2016
Gozzo 7.5 m max 6 passengers
2 hour tour of the island: EUR 140
3 hour tour of the island: EUR 200
half day tour of the island: EUR 280
full day tour of the island: EUR 350
Lancia 10 m max 10 passengers
2 hour tour of the island: EUR 180
3 hour tour of the island: EUR 220
half day tour of the island: EUR 300
full day tour of the island: EUR 550
Transfer from Sorrento or Positano and island tour: EUR 400
Transfer from Sorrento or Positano w/ 3 hour island tour: EUR 650
Transfer from Naples or Amalfi and island tour: EUR 500
Transfer from Naples or Amalfi w/ 3 hour island tour: EUR 800
Prices without Skipper
2 hours: EUR 100
each extra hour: EUR 35
full day from EUR 180 to EUR 300
Gozzetto 6 m
3 hours (minimum): EUR 130
each extra hour: EUR 35
full day: EUR 220
Gozzetto 7,5 m
3 hours (minimum): EUR 150
each extra hour: EUR 50
full day: EUR 300
Capri Whales: TripAdvisor reviews®Back to the top
We spent a fantastic couple of hours touring around the island with Capri Whales. Our skipper, Enzo, was brilliant; he manoeuvred the boat into the tiniest of spaces so that we could take some... more »
What can we say - but amazing - a great experience. The made our anniversary so special would highly recommend more »
We chose a gorgeous late September day to visit Capri and the first order of business was a boat ride around the island. Our hotel kept checking on whether or not the Blue Grotto was accessible. We... more »
Capri Whales: LocationBack to the top
In Marina Grande, Capri's picturesque little port, ask a local where you can find Gennarino and they'll point you to a tiny souvenir shop: the somewhat unlikely head quarters of Capri Whales.
Wherever you're staying on the island, it's easy to get to Capri Whales: by taxi, bus, or by the funicular railway train which links Marina Grande with the Piazzetta.