Jump on board an Aprea boat to explore the beauty of the sea of Capri.
Your captain will be taking you to swim to the most exclusive bays of the island where the water is bright blue and emerald. He will be pointing out all the wonderful shapes of rocks formed through thousands of years by nature; you will sail between the typical Faraglioni rocks and eventually visit the Blue Grotto.*
To enter the Blue Grotto, there will be a smaller rowboat on which you will need to transship. Those little boats are the only ones able to make it through the narrow entrance that leads inside the Blue Grotto. Special geological conditions have created this bright effect. The cave is suspended above the sea level and the white colour of the rock reflects the sunlight into the cave, causing a fantastic glowing light.
On your return back on board, the captain will serve you an aperitif by one of the most beautiful bays of the island, surrounded by the colours that made this island famous.
Of this beautiful sea, caves and various rock’s shapes, your captain will tell you history, myths and local legends.
- Sea lovers
- You feel comfortable on board a boat and travelling on the water element
- Lovers of Aprea; the traditional Mediterranean boat
Why choose it:
- You want to dive in the emerald water of Capri
- You are enchanted by the beauty of sea cliffs and sea caves
- You want to relax on board a typical local boat
Price per person
- Half-day Aprea Boat hire
- Tour of the island of Capri
- Snorkeling Equipment
- Beach towel
- Foraday Assistance
Entrance fee to the Blue Grotto.
*There is no way to make a reservation in advance for the Blue Grotto. It will be necessary queuing outside the cave for a while before getting in. According to the amount of crowd, your captain will suggest you whether it will be worth or not queuing.
- Comfortable clothing
- Bathing suit; Slippers
- Personal Snorkeling Gear and Fins (optional)
I am a local sailor and I grew up swimming in the crystalline water of Capri, of which I know every bay and sea cave. I made out of the love for the sea and my island, my job.