Hop on a high speed train from Rome and get ready to discover the amazing Amalfi coast. With an exclusive boat trip you will have the chance to visit both Positano and Amalfi, jump in the crystal clear water of the coast and enjoy such beautiful landscapes you will never forget.

13 hours

Every day

Small Group
Max 12 people

Meeting point
Termini Station

Start time

A day trip from Rome to the Amalfi coast, on board of a comfortable boat with a small group of 12 passengers, is the best way to admire the show that the coast offers: the sea and the mountain meet each other, creating a breath-taking landscape. You can explore the beautiful towns of Positano and Amalfi, swimming and snorkelling, and relax with a happy hour on the boat at the end of the day. What else? We are waiting for you!

Program of the boat trip from Rome along the Amalfi coast:

  • Meeting point at 7am at Termini train station (Rome) and departure with high-speed train for Naples.
  • Arrival to Naples central station and transfer to the port.
  • Boarding and departure to the Amalfi coast. Along the way you will admire: the Island of Li Galli, Nerano, Praiano, Fiordo di Furore and all the most important points of interest along the coast.
  • There will be a couple of stops for swimming and snorkeling, and a relaxing break with snacks and drinks offered on board.
  • Stop from 1 to 2 hours in Amalfi to visit the ancient Maritime Republic and stop from 1 to 2 hours in Positano to explore the “pearl” of the Amalfi Coast.
  • Departure from Positano to the port with limoncello tasting.
  • Return to the port and transfer to Naples central station.
  • Departure by high-speed train to Rome.
*The customer can request a transfer to/from the hotel in Rome, applying an additional cost.

Time: Approximately 13 hours.

The price includes: High-speed train Rome/Naples round trip – Transfers to/from the port – Professional skipper English speaking – Dry snacks – Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.

The price does not include: Lunch – Hotel pick-up/drop-off.

Do not forget: Swimsuit – Beach towel – Sunscreen – Sun hat – Camera.

Maximum: 12 people on board.

To know more about your boat trip...

The name Ieranto derives from the Greek “Ieros” or “sacred” : here near Punta Campanella stood the temple of the Goddess Athena and here Homer placed the Sirens who enchanted Ulysse. Today the sacred atmosphere is still breathed walking on waves of rock, in front of panoramic views that open into a sudden blue. The Bay of Ieranto is a strip of land that stretches from the fishing village of Nerano to almost churning out Capri. Ieranto is now owned by FAI, the national fund for the environment, which often organizes guided tours. Access to the area is always free.


No, you will not find a guide at Rome Termini train station. You will have to take the train by yourself.

Amalfi coast boat tour from Rome with transfer by high speed train

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Duration: 13 hours
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  • Departure from Rome
  • Guaranteed every day
  • Small groups of maximum 12 people
  • Transfer from/to Rome by high-speed train
  • Professional skipper English speaking
  • Appetizers and drinks included