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Transfers from Naples to Positano and then transfer options

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My husband and I will be arriving at Naples airport late Sept. and would like a driver to Positano hotel. Has anyone used a car transfer for this particular transfer they would without hesitancy recommend?
Also, when leaving Positano, our first wish would be to leave by sea on ferry/boat early (by 7 to 8 AM) to Salerno's smaller train station to catch the fast train to Rome. We won't have much time for our first time in Rome and would like to have a good part of the day when we arrive. Co-op St Andrea on-line time schedule first ferry from Positano is at 10:00am on the day we leave, putting us too late for the fast trains in the morning to Rome. Have considerered private ferry/boat for transfer here, but really don't know who/where to proceed. Don't want to do bus for any of this. Again any recommendations here would also be appreciated.
If we have to get a car tranfer, may just have to go back to Naples and the train station, although for one with limited Italian who's never been on a train, that seems a bit daunting.
All that said, would greatly appreciate some input from those of you who are much more familiar with all of this than me.
TIA

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