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Advice - Amalfi to Rome

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We are staying in Amalfi before heading to Rome in September. Planning to catch a ferry from Amalfi to Salerno and then train to Rome. Need help with the choices please.
: The earlier 10.35 ferry from Amalfi gives us an hour to spend in Salerno before catching a direct Frecciabianca train arriving in Rome just after 3pm.
: The 12.45 ferry from Amalfi gives us an extra 2 hours in Amalfi and allows us 30mins to catch the Intercity train to Naples changing to a Frecciarossa train from Naples to Rome. (Arrives Rome just after 4)
My questions: Two extra hours in Amalfi sounds nice but if we catch the later ferry, is it tricky to change trains in Naples from an Intercity to Frecciarossa? Is half an hour enough time to get off the ferry and walk to train station?
Would it be better to play it safe, spend an hour in Salerno and catch Frecciarossa to Rome?

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