The first inhabitant were the Piceni, who, in the 3rd century b.C., were banished by the Romans.
After making peace with them, the Piceni obtained their own citizenship, and they built a bridge in a place still called Ponteprimario.
With the fall of the Roman Empire, Maiori was not affected by the Barbarian invasion and like all the other places on the Coast, soon became counted as one of the dominions of the Eastern Roman Empire.
In 839 Maiori was destroyed by Longobard Sicardo, Duke of Benevento. In 842 the Amalfi Coast started to rebuild it's fortifications. Maiori was under the Normans until they left and partecipated in the first Crusade. n 1137 the Pisan destroied almost all the fortresses in the republic.
Maiori passed to the Aragonese in 1342. ll the Amalfitan Costal Communities was a part of the Royal States untile beginning of the Italian Republic on the 8th September 1943.
In 25th October 1954 it was destroyed by a flood and later, when rebuilt was more thriving and flourishing than before. Visit the amazing rocky coast of the Maiori, in the Amalfi coast on board the Motoryatch "ADM Seas 2".
The formulation of a minicruise leaves maximum freedom of choice to the passengers.
On request is possible to have a lunch, a dinner or a snack on board, or decide during the cruise to stop in one of the many typical restaurant on the sea.
Except particular passengers request the frigobar is included.