Taking out a boat on Capri Island was one of the best things we done
It was now our third day on the Island of Capri and we certainly saved the best till last. The day ahead was about to become the best day yet.
Like every morning we began with breakfast at Excelsior Parco out in the gardens, surrounded by sea, lemons and sunshine.
We took a shuttle from our hotel down to Capri port where we got ready for our day, taking one last stroll around the marina before stopping at a local shop for fruit, drinks and snacks for the day.
Full outfit posts to come to the blog very soon
We visited the Capri Boat kiosk, filled out the paper work and we were off on our own boat for the day, leaving Adam to be my sailor for the next few hours.
If you are interested in hiring a boat yourself you do need some identification (driving license, bank card, passport) and surprisingly enough you don’t need experience or a boat licence. They simply run through the ropes while you’re there.
We had our little boat for two hours, it roughly takes around 90 minuets (slowly) to get around the whole of Carpi Island. Plenty of time to see all of the sites and soak up the sun
Just before reaching back to Capri marina, we tied the boat up to a bouy and took a dip in the salty, cold sea
Taking a boat out to see the whole Island is a must do, I believe. You really get to see the incredible views.
We then stopped off at Lo Smeraldo to catch some last minuet sunshine before leaving the Island of Capri and heading to Naples for the night. Don’t forget you can read all about our first and second days, under the travel section.
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