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Boat trip on the Amalfi coast: Positano and Amalfi await you

A boat trip on the Amalfi Coast is the best way to appreciate its beauties; the perspective of the coast seen from the sea is fascinating, with its inlets, coves, delightful beaches and picturesque villages.

The two undisputed main characters of the coastal landscape are Positano and Amalfi, two enchanting towns that, in different ways, embody the very essence of the Amalfi Coast: Positano with its terraces overlooking the sea, the colorful houses, the elegant and sophisticated atmosphere; Amalfi with the spectacle of its colors, its majolica domes, hidden and mysterious corners.

The landscape that connects the two pearls of the Amalfi coast is really wonderful.

A boat trip to Amalfi and Positano is perfect for appreciating the beauty of the coast without the inconvenience of traveling by land, especially during the summer, when the significant influx of tourists makes traffic more chaotic.

The departure from Castellammare di Stabia of the Sea You Aboard tours makes getting around even easier, since the port is easily accessible and less busy. All this allows sailors to enjoy the boat trip without the stress of traffic and searching for parking, which brings a lot of inconvenience, especially in the summer heat.

Positano and Amalfi: the main stages of an unforgettable trip

The Sea You Aboard tour includes a splendid nine-hour daily boat excursion on the Amalfi Coast, in which to discover the most evocative landscapes, with many stops for invigorating dives in the sea and for snorkeling.

The departure is from Castellammare di Stabia, the gateway to the Sorrento Coast. Once on board, you will sail along the wonderful Sorrento to the Gulf of Salerno.

You can then admire the Bagni Della Regina Giovanna, on the promontory of Punta Capo in Sorrento, on the coast of the Marine Protected Area of ​​Punta Campanella: a magnificent natural swimming pool, an oasis just a few steps from the centre of Sorrento.

The navigation then proceeds to pass in front of the Bay of Jeranto, a wonderful natural area located in an inlet on the coast, an area of ​​great historical importance because it is here that Homer places the famous Sirens who enchanted Ulysses.

Proceeding you reach Li Galli, a small and delightful archipelago, a protected and uncontaminated place. This is where the anchor is dropped for a relaxing break, with a dip in these pure waters and a tasty aperitif on board.

The tour continues to Amalfi, the ancient maritime republic, with two hours available to visit the town, stroll through its characteristic centre, visit the iconic Duomo, or the famous Cathedral of Sant’Andrea that dominates the square main building in Amalfi, a building with great aesthetic power and a unique style that has made it famous all over the world.

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We then leave for Positano, a fascinating city in which to get lost in the streets of the centre, perhaps carving out some time for shopping among the famous boutiques and craft shops which, still today, tailor-make sandals as in the 60s of the last century. Walking through the famous and typical narrow and sinuous streets of Positano is a unique experience, where you can breathe all the charm of these enchanted places, along the stairways that connect the upper part of the city to the beach and that make this “vertical” city so characteristic.

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After this immersion in the magic of Amalfi and Positano, we leave for Castellammare di Stabia, with a final stop in the bays of Crapallo and Nerano for the last dives into the sea, which conclude a trip full of beauty and wonder.

With Sea You Aboard you can treat yourself to a boat trip to Amalfi and Positano that will connect you with the most authentic nature of the Amalfi Coast.

We remind you that for 2022 reservations you can benefit from the special promo that will entitle you to a 10% discount on this and other tours. Book now!

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