Alilauro is a long-standing Italian ferry company based in the Gulf of Napoli, offering routes between Naples, the Sorrento Peninsula, the Aeolian archipelago and the beautiful islands of Capri and Ischia in the Tyrrhenian Sea.
In 1944, Agostino Lauro sailed from Ischia to Capri in his vessel named ‘Freccia del Golfo’, who then established a tourist route between the two stunning islands. Twenty-two years later, he expanded his fleet by purchasing three small hydrofoils and, today, Alilauro boasts over thirty ferries.
Now run by Agostino’s son, Salvatore, Alilauro has since become a holding company with over five hundred employees and associates, carrying over three million passengers each year.
Their fleet comprises large catamarans, monohulls and modern hydrofoils, which are for foot passengers only, with free Wi-Fi available aboard ‘Celestina Lauro’. Every ferry comes with large seating areas, too, allowing you to sail in both comfort and style throughout one of Italy’s most picturesque regions.
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"Napoli > Sorrento > Napoli"
2nd year on this route, ferry’s are the most efficient method to travel the Amalfi coast and islands. Good value, clean and comfortable, always on time.
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"Sorrento / Naples"
Good service, on time.
'Gabor' travelled with AlilauroRead More Read Less
Ferry was on time, slight mix up in dock number but was not a problem. Ride was smooth and quick, fastest way to get from Sorrento to Naples!
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"Easy and effective experience "
It was easy to board the ferry and find out information from the help desk. We moved our ferry ticket forward to get an earlier ferry for a charge of €3 each. When I booked I checked the part that asked if I had luggage so I assumed I had paid for it but upon boarding was asked for an additional €2.10 to pay for my luggage, not a large amount but I held up the line sorting this out. Beautiful way to travel to Sorrento. On board drinks and snacks available although I didn’t use. Would recommend and use again.
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