Set off in the morning, starting your day at the port of either Amalfi, Positano or Praiano and hop on the 33-foot (10-meter) boat. Relax onboard and take in the surroundings, perhaps have a drink and chat with the captain as the Amalfi Coast slowly disappears from view. Stare out at the Bay of Naples, going past diminutive islands along the way.
Stop at the renowned Faraglioni rock formations or the Li Galli nature reserve and take the opportunity to swim or snorkel. Chat with the captain or other crew members about the history of Capri and discuss some things to do while on the island. After the boat gets going again, stop at the famed Blue Grotto (admission at own expense), the former private bath of Roman Emperor Tiberius.
After getting off the boat in Capri, take up to four hours of free time to see the island on your own. Visit the historic Villa San Michele or the terraced Gardens of Augustus, take the chairlift up to Mount Solaro for panoramic views or stroll around the town of Anacapri. All admission fees and food in Capri are at your own expense.
When the time comes, get back on the boat and return to the Amalfi Coast. When passing the Punta Campanella marine park, stop for one last swim before finally arriving in either Amalfi, Positano or Praiano in the early evening.