7 Day Tour

The joy of chartering a luxury yacht with crew means leaving all your worries behind and spending your time at sea chasing the waves, the sun, and your dreams of a perfect day’s sailing!

Below you will find our ideas and suggestions for enjoying a day or even a week at sea around Capri and along the Amalfi Coast aboard our selection of  luxury yachts, all of which can be personalized to fit your dreams of the perfect cruise on the Mediterranean.

Day 1
Naples to Capri

Over the centuries, the island of Capri has drawn visitors from the ancient Roman emperors to today's international celebrities. Your cruise will begin from this most glamorous of islands, where you will arrive on board a private yacht from the port of Naples.

The first stop during your cruise will be at the Grotta Bianca (White Grotto), where you can even swim into the grotto, if you'd like. Afterwards, we will sail past the Faraglioni sea stacks, Capri's most famous sight.

If sea conditions are optimal and it's not too crowded, we will sail through the natural arch in the Stella sea stack, the middle rock formation of the Faraglione group. According to legend, if you make a wish or kiss your sweetheart while passing through the arch, you will have good fortune and your love will be eternal!

After sailing past the Faraglioni, we will continue on to Marina Piccola and visit the Grotta Verde (Green Grotto), where the color of the water is truly spectacular!
It takes about two hours to circle the island, but we will make it in three so you can relax and enjoy the beautiful coastline, stop for a dip, or bask in the sun.

Do you want to visit the Blue Grotto? We can add it to the itinerary on your first or second day!

Insider tip: if sea and weather conditions permit, you can swim into the Blue Grotto after 5 pm without having to purchase a ticket or wait in a long line to enter by rowboat!

For a "stellar" meal under the stars, we recommend Il Riccio just next to the Blue Grotto! Savor the endless options in the "room of temptation", an entire room dedicated to the traditional sweets and pastries of Naples. Try one of each...we won't tell!
Once we have docked at the Marina of Capri in the afternoon, you can head up to the Piazzetta for a cocktail before exploring the shops and boutiques along Via Camerelle, the most elegant street in town.

Our recommended dinner restaurants:

You will stay over on the first and second nights in the exclusive Marina Grande port on Capri.

Day 2
Capri and Anacapri

The island of Capri has two towns: Capri and Anacapri. The latter sits at the foot of Mount Solaro, which has a peak that is 588 meters above sea level.
Afer a leisurely breakfast on board, you can take a walk through the center and the lush Gardens of Augustus, with its spectacular view over the Faraglioni and dramatic Via Krupp, built by the German industrialist Friederich Krupp at the beginning of the 20th century.
During your walk, stop in at the Carthusia boutique and choose one of their exclusive profumes so you will always have the fragrance of Capri around you!

After exploring the center of Capri, it's time to head to Anacapri. If you're not afraid of heights, we suggest taking the chairlift up to the top of Mount Solaro. The scenic overlook at the top boasts 360° views of the island from the Bay of Naples past the Sorrentine Peninsula to the Amalfi Coast.

After spending your morning on land, it's time to pull up anchor and have fun at sea in the afternoon, finding the best spots to swim along the coast of Capri.

Day 3
Capri to Positano

In Positano, you can savor stunning views of the colorful jumble of houses clinging to the coastal cliff and the bright majolica cupola of the Church of Santa Maria Assunta from sea.
Positano is known for its clothing boutiques and workshops selling handmade sandals, so be sure to choose some elegant white linen clothes and bespoke lather sandals from one of the town's many shops.

For lunch, you can choose to dine on board or at one of the local restaurants. We recommend:

We suggest returning on board at sunset to watch the beautiful colors of the sky and sea as the sun dips behind the Li Galli islets, perhaps while sipping a glass of Champagne and snacking on fresh fruit.
For an unforgettable experience, spend your third night at open sea.Positano is the only town on the Amalfi Coast that does not have a marina, but there are floating buoys where ships can safely moor further out on the water for the night.

Day 4
Positano to Amalfi and Ravello

Today we move on from beautiful Positano in the morning and sail towards Conca de Marini. Along the coastline, you can see the area's traditional terraced lemon groves and one of the 30 Saracen watchtowers that once guarded the coast on the point of Isca.
We'll continue to Praiano and Furore, home to Italy's only fjord, spanned by a bridge between the towns on the clifftop.
Once we reach Amalfi, we will moor so you can explore the city center and climb the monumental staircase to the city's iconic Duomo di Sant'Andrea. You can also stop to sample the famous "Delizia al limone" at Pasticceria Pansa, one of the oldest pastry shops in Amalfi.
Amalfi is the perfect place to shop for souvenirs, especially if you like ceramics, wine, or limoncello, as the local stores and boutiques are expert at shipping to destinations across Italy and the world.
If you don't mind stretching your legs, you can walk up the hill to Ravello, the most beautiful and serene village on the Amalfi Coast. Take a break from being on the water and relax in the cool and quiet breeze of this clifftop paradise.
Ravello is famous for its two breathtaking villas, worth a visit: Villa Rufolo, site of the annual Ravello Festival, and Villa Cimbrone, with its famed Terrace of Infinity.

We recommend these restaurants in Amalfi and Ravello:

Day 5
Amalfi to Cetara and Vietri sul Mare

Today we'll discover the lesser-known but still beautiful spots along the Amalfi Coast.
Vietri sul Mare is the first of the 13 villages strung along the coast like pearls. This village is located in a protected spot along the bay and is famous across the globe for its unique style of handpainted ceramics, the production of which dates back to the 15th century.

Day 6

Sorrento is the perfect strategic base to explore some of the most beautiful and famous attractions along Italy's southern coast, most importantly the archaeological site of Pompeii (about 40 minutes away by car).
Often called "Land of the Sirens", Sorrento is also full of charming shops selling local handicrafts like handmade leather sandals and limoncello. You can also purchase local gourmet foods and wine and other unique souvenirs in the town center.

With its spectacular view over the Bay of Naples and Mount Vesuvius, Sorrento boasts spectacular sunsets over the water from these scenic terraces:
  • Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria (in the city center)
  • Hotel Mediterraneo (5 minutes outside the center)
  • Relais Blu (30 minutes outside the center)
Sorrento is also just 30 minutes from two of the highest rated Michelin-star restaurants along the coast. Be sure to book lunch or dinner at:
  • Quattro Passi, Nerano
  • Don Alfonso 1890, Sant'Agata dei Golfi

Day 7
Sorrento to Ischia/Procida

After breakfast, we'll set course for Ischia so you can spend the day relaxing in one of the island's historic thermal spas!

Procida is a small fishermen's island with lovely sandy beaches and colorful waterfront houses. Ischia, on the other hand, has been famous for centuries for its thermal springs, mentioned in the works of Virgil as being particularly curative during the Roman empire.

If you would like to unwind with an aromatherapy massage, a hot stone massage, or a romantic massage for two, just let us know! We can book you in at our favorite thermal spa on the island!

After soaking your cares away in the thermal waters, be sure to visit the island's Castello Aragonese. You can see the historic fortress by sea, or walk along the narrow strip of land that runs between the island and the castle outpost. Once there, dine along the water's edge at the Giardino Eden just below the Castello Aragonese.