The Port Network Authority of the Central Tyrrhenian Sea includes the ports of Naples, Salerno and Castellammare di Stabia, that welcomes the most beautiful cruise ships sailing in the Mediterranean and provides them fast and multi-functional services. The Port of Naples possess a privileged location, in the centre of the city in direct contact with the archeological sites of Pompeii, Herculaneum and Fl
The new Passenger Terminal of the Port of Salerno, with the Maritime Station designed by archistar Zaha Hadid, is located a few steps away from Salerno, a modern and hospitable city, in the centre of a touristic district with a high landscape, historical, cultural and archaeological value of international importance, so much so that three geographic areas declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO: the Amalﬁtan Coast with 37km of coastline from Vietri sul Mare to Positano; the National Park of Cilento and Vallo di Diano with the Archaeological areas of Paestum and Velia; the Archaeological areas of Pompeii, Herculaneum and Torre Annunziata.
The Port of Castellammare di Stabia, thanks to its proximity to the Sorrento Coast and the archaeological sites of Ercolano and Torre Annunziata, since 2008 has been attracting more and more the docking of small cruise ships. The privileged position of the town and the proximity to major tourist attractions has allowed, at the same time, the increasing presence of pleasure boats. The Port of Naples is a recipient of the Biosafety Trust Certification by RINA.