Via San Nicola 11 Sorrento
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Via San Nicola 11 Sorrento
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Mini Cruise Logbook

Day 1

Sorrento

Set sail at 7:30 p.m. from the Sorrento port, and celebrate your departure with fresh fruit, light snacks, and Prosecco served by the crew. You’ll be spending an unforgettable few days exploring some of the most beautiful spots along Italy’s coast, including the islands of the Campanian Archipelago and the Amalfi Coast. Each morning will begin with a generous Continental breakfast prepared by the crew, and end being rocked to sleep by the waves in some of the most beautiful and safest harbors in southern Italy.

Day 2

Ischia and Procida

The day is dedicated to exploring the largest and smallest of the islands in the archipelago: Ischia, or the Green Island, famous for its natural hot springs; and Procida, with its colorful fishing village and bridge to the adjacent islet of Vivara, a WWF Oasis reserve. At sundown, we’ll moor in the private marina on Ischia for a sound sleep with a charming view.

Day 3

Capri

We’ll set sail from Ischia at about 10 a.m., after a leisurely breakfast served by the crew. Today we explore Capri, with its towering Faraglioni, chic Piazzetta, and breathtaking coastline dotted with tiny coves and stunning grottoes. Our turn around the island is a highlight of the cruise, and a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Day 4

Nerano, Positano and Amalfi

After breakfast, we’ll leave Capri and head towards Amalfi, passing the Bay of Nerano, one of the most splendid stretches along the coast. We’ll pass Positano, the coastline’s capital of glamour, and continue to the UNESCO-listed Amalfi, home to the most striking cathedral on the coast. We’ll stop for the night in the port of this historic marittime republic, or, if the weather and sea conditions permit, in the bay off Positano to enjoy the spectacular view of the village by night.

Day 5

Sorrento

Breakfast on board, and then it’s off to Sorrento. There will be time for a swim off the coast before docking in the port at around 7 p.m.