Five stars go to the amazing boat - Capitanoago doesn't squash people onto a small dinghy, it was a niiiice big boat and all the front was for sunbaking on nice pleather cushioning.
The pickup was on time, and we got a pretty good lunch - a panini, and you can grab drinks out of the fridge as you wish.
One thing though - the white grotto isn't really included, as you simply drive past it. Ago explained this was because you have to climb onto a rocky hazardous trail and see the grotto on foot (it didn't look easy), and I can understand why the company doesn't want to do that, I just don't think it should be advertised for then. Everything else on the itinerary was included though - plenty of swimming, sunbaking, the green grotto, the blue grotto and 3 hours in Capri.
I liked Ago's music - 90's trance - it was funny and added a bit of chilled out character to the trip. Ago could better explain things - but he's more of a driver than an actual tour guide. But I didn't mind as I'd done the research and knew where we were. Friends of ours did a different tour with a company 'Cassiopea' from Positano. This company squashed heaps of people onto a small boat, and simply passed by the blue grotto bc 'it was too busy' despite the friends requesting to go in. Some of these tours can be pretty dodge.
I'd definetly recommend Capitanoago though, and yeah I would pay 70E again to spend a day on that amazing boat again listening to 90s trance with a coke or beer in hand :)
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