NLG

NLG, or Navigazione Libera del Golfo, has operated ferry crossings for more than 80 years and now has a route network covering the islands in the Gulf of Napoli, Tremeti Islands, Pontine Islands and the Amalfi Coast.

Run by the Aponte family, whose origins in the maritime industry date back to the 17th century, NLG has completely modernised its fleet over the years which now features modern and highly efficient water-jet-propelled vessels. At present, the fleet is composed of 10 hydro-propelled jets and 2 DSC Catamarans, with the ship named Picasso acquired in 2007.

A perfect mix of the traditional and modern, the high level of service provided by the on-board staff is a trademark of NLG which of course helps to make them a popular company amongst their passengers. In short, with Navigazione Libera del Golfo, you have the freedom to explore many of Italy’s island treasures with numerous routes and frequent crossings on offer.

Directferries.ie provides an impartial ferry comparison service allowing you to view numerous ferry company timetables and fares in one quick and easy search. Compare NLG timetables and prices now with all alternative ferry operators before booking your ferry ticket.

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NLG Customer Reviews

  • "Excellent Cooperation by the operator"

    Arrived earlier than expected but NLG quite happy to take all six of us on the presvious crossing Naples to Capri. Same on the return route when we realised that our booked crossing was cutting it very fine for our cruise final boarding time, which we did have to hand at time of booking. Smooth jpournety both ways . Many thanks to NLG from all of us.

    'Lawrence' travelled with NLG

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  • "Excellent Day Trip"

    Excellent welcoming staff. We enjoyed the smooth journey. 

    'Ellie' travelled with NLG

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  • "Super and reliable "

    Professional service, competent staff, punctual and efficient.  Crowd control on the landing stages was a bit chaotic in this high season for tourism - but not NLG’s fault

    'Alan' travelled with NLG

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  • "Positano to Naples"

    Great trip from positano along to amalfi then Capri and Napoli 

    'Michelle' travelled with NLG

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