How much does a boat tour cost?
Group boat tours can cost as little as EUR 20/person. Private boat tours begin at about EUR 150/boat.
What type of boats are used for Capri tours?
The most common boat used for island tours is the "gozzo caprese" (or "gozzo sorrentino"), a traditional wooden boat with a spacious sun deck. There are different types and sizes of gozzo boats, and the largest can fit up to 12 passengers and have a cabin with WC, galley, and enough space to spend an entire day at sea.
What sights are included in a Capri boat tour?
A classic itinerary for a boat tour of Capri begins at Marina Grande, Capri's port, and continues east past Tiberius' Leap, the White Grotto, the Natural Arch, and Villa Malaparte until reaching Marina Piccola after passing beneath the arch in the Faraglioni. Afterwards, tours pass the Punta Carena lighthouse and continue to the northern coastline of the island, stopping to visit the Blue Grotto along the way. At the Blue Grotto, passengers board small rowboats to enter the grotto; there is a floating ticket booth at the grotto entrance to purchase tickets. Finally, the cruise passes the Baths of Tiberius and returns to Marina Grande. Private boat tours also include a stop to swim in the pretty coastal coves and snorkeling in the crystalline water.
Tours that depart from Sorrento, Positano, and Naples also include 4-5 hours of free time on land after docking in Marina Grande at the end of the cruise so passengers can visit La Piazzetta and the towns of Capri and Anacapri.