We booked a trip on the Gozzo Bella Vita for the 4 of us (2 couples) out of Minori for a 7 hour cruise up and down the coast with a visit to Capri as well. Valeria was very easy to work with via email before the trip in getting info about the different cruise options and during the trip as well with last minute stuff. On the day of cruise, we met our boat captain, Antonello, right at 9:30 am on the Minori pier as instructed by Valeria. I'm glad we were on time because as we walked up he was loading another family into the boat. I approached and said to the lady of the family that I thought they were loading into our boat. After confirming that Antonello was indeed there for us, the other family unloaded. I think it was a simple misunderstanding because the last name of this family was "Isis" and my last name is "Harris", so Antonello probably thought he had the right name since they do sound alike and he doesn't speak English too well anyway. However, my one critism would be for Amalfi Sails to have some way of double checking they have the right party before confirming. This family said they had also reserved a boat for 9:30 and assumed it was theirs, so I can see how this mistake can easily happen. If we'd had been just a few minutes later we would have lost our boat completely to a family not knowing they were on the wrong boat and a captain thinking he'd picked up the right family. Anyway, once on board it was a nice cruise up and down the coast and Antonello worked quite hard to communicate with us as much as possible with his limited English and our VERY limited Italian. He did an excellent job of getting us up and close to some of the grottos, stopping for swims, and pointing out stuff along the shoreline. Overall I wasn't impressed with Capri, no fault of Amalfi Sails. I would have chosen to stay on the boat I think in hindsight instead of fighting the insane tourist crowds and rude restaurant and shop owners. I'm glad we stayed our 3 days in Minori which is about the cutest, nicest town ever, and not Capri. After that Antonello dropped us off at a small boat specifically for transporting diners to a restaurant in the town of Nerano. I cannot remember the name of the restaurant, but it was VERY good! We were not even hungry (one of us was a little sea sick since the water was quite choppy that day) but we ate and ate...and ate. It was an eventful restaurant since it was a Sunday around 2-3pm when all the local Italian familes have their Sunday dinner. Normally I'd be afraid that a tour service would take tourist to a restaurant catering to tourist, but I don't think this was the case. This restaurant had nothing but Italians dining and the waitstaff spoke little to no English. It was the real deal. Glad to have had that experience. So, all in all, it was a bit of an expensive day with the boat rental, shopping, eating, etc. but one we were happy to have had and would do it again! It's a great way to bang out the entire Amalfi Coast without driving, which is not that fun. Thanks, Valeria, for all of your help!