Mandraki Harbour t is located in the Old Fortress of Corfu. ( 39.37.501 N 19.55.689 E) . It's a Venetian port constructed on 15th century; at a superb location directly under the steep walls of the fort and a short stroll into the center of the beautiful old town of Corfu. Since 1980 the Harbour is headquarter of IOK (Corfu Sailing Club)
The port provides mooring for the club’s members yachts, but also has openings for visitors.With only a number of 25 berths for visitor's boat (maximum draught 3.00 meters and maximum length 25 meters) it is best to contact the "harbormaster" in advance.
Facilities at the port of Mandraki include W.C’s/showers, water and electric power, wireless Internet and the Secretariat for information services. For further information contact the Mandraki Port Harbour Master on 0030 69453 77674 or the Corfu Sailing Club’s Secretariat on 0030 26610 44383.
VHF, channel 69
Maximum capacity: 1235 berths
Maximum overall Length: 80m. Stern berthing
Maximum draught: 5.5m.
Gouvia Marina, the first privately owned marina in Greece, is situated about 6 kilometres from the town of Corfu and 7 kilometres from the International Airport. For many years seamen considered the harbour and the bay of Gouvia as a natural link between the Adriatic and the Mediterranean Sea as well as a port of call, where they could sail in, to repose, enjoying the climate and the beauties of the island.
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Gouvia Marina the first privately owned marina in Greece, is situated at the island of Corfu, about 6 kilometres from the town of Corfu and 7 kilometres from the International Airport. The Marina is fully organised, offering facilities and services of high standards. The total capacity is 1235 berths, on both permanent and floating pontoons, while there are dry dock facilities for approximately 520 boats. Moorings are available for boats up to 80 meters long and with 5.5 meters draught.
The marina offers a full range of technical boat services. There are a 65-ton travelift, a 45-ton and a 20-ton mobile automatic cranes to facilitate the manoeuvre of boats in and out of the water. In addition a smaller 5-ton crane and a boat transporter are available.
Main Facilities & Services
520 dry docking capacity
Max LOA: 80m.
Max draught: 5,5m.
Electric power 220 / 380 V
Boat maintenance and repair facilities
24-hour security services
Customs & Port Authorities
Wi-fi internet access
WC / Shower / Laundry
Rent a Car and Boat Chartering
Chandlery and Convenience Stores
Restaurant, coffee shops and bars
P.O. BOX 60, 49083 Tzavros,
T: +30 26610 91900
F: +30 26610 91829
VHF channel 69
For detailed information and berth reservation
please visit http://www.medmarinas.com/
It is not easy by day to distinguish the entrance to the bay when approaching from the northwest; however the monastery on the peak of the peninsula is a characteristic land mark. The harbour is situated on the western side of the bay and protected by a quay extending north to south.
It is usually full of fishing caiques with only a few available berths near the head of the quay. Provides good protection in all weather barring strong southerlies when waves surge over the break water and create strong swell in the harbour.
The port has no water, fuel may be delivered. There are restaurants and within walking distance bars, taverns and supermarkets.