One of the best things about living on the Bay of Naples is that there are so many places you can go to by boat. Try a spa on Ischia, do some shopping in Sorrento, see the Blue Grotto on Capri, or have lunch on Procida.
Long distance ferries will transport you to Palermo or Catania in Sicily, Cagliari on Sardinia, the Aeolian Islands, and the Pontine Islands.
Although there are no direct routes, you can also make your way to Positano and the Amalfi Coast.
Numerous high speed hydrofoils (Aliscafi) and passenger and car ferries (Traghetti) leave from Naples Ferry Ports, Molo Beverello, Mergellina and Pozzuoli everyday. There are many carriers and their schedules vary by the day of the week and the season so it’s best to check the full schedule in the Il Mattino Newspaper or the Port of Naples, or if you are feeling adventurous, head to the port and grab the next boat out.