The new port of Corfu, built west of the old one, is the port that serves passenger ships and cruise ships, as well as the cargo ships that sail to the island, while the old port is used by sailing and pleasure boats.
The port of Corfu is easily accessible both day and night due to its excellent light marking.
Half a mile out of the port lies a small island, Vidos Island, and Lazaretto, 2 miles southwest.
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A large number of rock islands are located outside of Cape Iron, but all are mapped and experienced sailors have no problems.
The port facilities are located on the northern coast of Akrotiri.
The port of Corfu has a ferry connection with Igoumenitsa, Ancona, Bari, Trieste and Venice, while it also receives small boats from Albania and Croatia. The companies operating in Corfu are ANEK, Blue Star Ferries and Minoan Lines.
The port of Corfu offers a range of services to yachts, such as fuel and water, repair and maintenance, rescue and fire fighting equipment. From the port of Corfu there are many smaller ships and boats carrying locals and tourists to Paleokastritsa, Kavos, and other islands of the island.