Gouvia Marina, the first privately owned marina in Greece, is situated in Corfu, 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 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.
The marina has a mooring capacity of 1,235 yachts, on both permanent and floating pontoons
while there are also dry dock facilities for approximately 520 yachts. Gouvia Marina can gladly accommodate boats up to 80 m long and with 5,5 m draft. At all berths electricity is available (220V and 380V) as well as fresh water. In the 3.500 sq.m.of building facilities, a number of different services are available, such as commercial shops, car, motorbike and boat rental offices, restaurants, bars and cafe, Port police office, refuelling station, supermarket, and laundry.
The broad quaysides include kinder garden, a swimming-pool, sports facilities as well as a cricket
field, a sport with a great tradition in Corfu. The marina offers a full range of technical boat services and dry-docking facilities with two 75 and 65-ton travelifts and two 60 and 45-ton mobile cranes.