About Naples (Napoli)
Naples (Napoli) is the capital of Campania and the third-largest city in Italy, just after Rome and Milan. Between 4 and 5 million people live in the Naples metropolitan area, which is one of the largest metropolises on the whole Mediterranean Sea.
How To Get To Naples Ferry Port
Ferries depart from 2 ports in Naples: Napoli Molo Beverello and Napoli Mergellina. Both ports are well sign posted from Naples itself.
Additionally, you can reach Naples by train. To reach the Mergellina ferry terminal from the train station, take the metro and get off at the Mergellina stop. The port is around half kilometer from there. For Molo Beverello terminal, trams and buses connect Napoli Centrale station with the harbor. Tickets can be bought at the newspaper stands.
Naples Ferry Port Information
Address: Piazzale Pisacane, NA 80133, Napoli, Italy
Local Port Name: Porto di Napoli
Phone: +39 081 4285555
Fax: +39 081 4285259
GPS coordinates: 40° 50' 12" N / 14° 16' 27" E
Naples to Palermo Ferry in 2017
Crossing time: 10 hours
Frequency: up to 7 crossings per week
Departure time in 2017:
- departure time is 20:00 local time until August
- in August there are days with 2 departures per day - 09:00 and 21:00
- in September and October its again 20:00 local time
Company: Grande Navi Veloci
Contact information: +39 010 2094591 (Mon - Fri 09:00 -19:00, Sat 09:00 - 18:00)
Vessel name: There are two ships which travel this route - Snav Sardegna and Snav Lazio
Ticket prices in 2017: (the cost depends on the month)
Pullman seat: 48 to 65 €
Internal cabin: 86 to 126 €
External cabin: 96 € to 136 €
Suite: 114 € to 203 €
Car: +38 € if you book pullman seats
Boarding without vehicles: recommended 1h prior departure
Boarding with vehicles: recommended 2h prior departure
* Important notice: although we check and update the ticket prices often, they can vary.
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