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Souda/ ta CORFU, GREECE


Corfu is located in the northern Ionian Sea, south of Adriatic Sea, between Greece’s mainland and Italy and forms the edge of Greece’s northwestern frontier.


Must see tourist attractions


• New Fortress/Old Fortress (15min) • Achillion Palace (45min) • Paleokastritsa Monastery (45min) • Corfu’s Countryside and beaches • Countless museums and galleries


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: 770mtr Width: no limit Draught: 11mtr


Anchorage Available: yes


Ship tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: 2 vessels Tidal movement/range: 0.4mtr


Corfu town’s historic centre is a short, fifteen- minute walk from the Port and provides cruise passengers the unique opportunity to explore - minutes after disembarking the vessel- narrow stone-paved alleys, hidden squares, mysterious courtyards and a blend of architectural styles of Venetian, French and British era. The Old Town of Corfu was inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 2007. Such proximity characterises also the Corfu International Airport, which is just 4km away, with direct flights to all European countries.


Corfu Port provides full access, sea and land services to all sized vessels, year round and has successfully been implementing a fair and transparent method of berth allocation. The method takes into account several parameters, such as the annual pax of each vessel, as well as the company etc and gives


Quays


Total number of quays: 7 Total length of quays: 2,240mtr Quay depth: 8-11mtr Passenger terminals: 2, 1 for cruise and 1 for ferries


Distances/Transportation City centre: 2km, 15min walk Airport: 4km


Free shuttle service to city: no Mailing Address


Corfu Port Authority S.A. New Port, New Terminal Bldg 49100 Corfu Greece


E info@corfuport.gr Wwww.corfuport.gr


26 Other Contact


Spyros Stefanidis President & CEO


Main Contact Aris Batsoulis Cruise Manager PFSO


E aris.batsoulis@corfuport.gr P +30 26610 45551 F +30 26610 37173 M+30 695 7045 421


the ability to guarantee dates for berthing at least 18 months earlier.


The Cruise Terminal is fully modernised and equipped with state of the art technology, X- ray and screening equipment (ISPS compliant), 7 check-in counters, InfoKiosk and panels, First Aid Clinic, comfortable waiting area with free Wi-Fi, accessibility for guests with special needs, cash machine, public phones, rental car agencies, souvenir and tax free shop.


Corfu has been a turnaround port for the Thomson Cruise Line for over a decade. The increased needs of turnaround operations and the maintenance and enhancement of high-level services are continuous. Therefore, the paperwork for the construction of a new cruise terminal building is in full swing including the approval of the architectural design.


Corfu Port accepts annually +400 cruise ships and +600,000 cruise visitors, alongside 1.5m passengers and 500,000 vehicles, connecting mainland and Italy.


Shuttle buses and taxi service available Traffic


Total cruise passengers 2017: 679,681 Total cruise calls 2017: 410 Turnaround port? yes


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PORT FACTS


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