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Sorrento/Positano Hydrofoils Stopped for Winter

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The Alicost website reflects that the Amalfi/Positano/Sorrento hydrofoils have now ceased running for the rest of the year, likely to commence again some time next spring.

Alicost still runs one daily ferry between Salerno-Manfredi Dock/Amalfi/Positano/Capri, which is probably going to be stopped at the end of this month or early in November.

The Cooperativa Sant'Andrea ferry boats between Salerno-Concordia Dock/Amalfi/Positano are scheduled to stop at the end of October.

The hourly SITA buses between Sorrento/Positano/Praiano/Amalfi run year-round, as do the buses between Amalfi and Salerno.

When using the SITA buses along the Amalfi Coast, consider that the 24-hr. UNICO COSTIERA ticket for 7.20 Euros is often a very good value, allowing unlimited travel between Sorrento and Salerno for a continuous period of 24 hours from the time of first validation. Single ride 45-minute tickets cost 2.40 Euros, while 90-minute tickets cost 3.60 Euros. There is also a 3-day ticket for 18 Euros.

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