Freight ferries to Corfu

Corfu is the northernmost of the Ionian Islands and is also among the most popular with holiday makers all over the UK and the rest of Europe. For those that prefer their goods to travel by sea and have plenty of time to spare freight ferries to Corfu are available in abundance.

Freight ferries to Corfu are supplied by numerous operators and it is possible to purchase tickets over the telephone, even if overseas, or over the internet. With Airsea Lines, it is possible to arrange transport from a number of domestic locations such as Ioannina, Patra, Paxi and some of the other famous Western Greek Islands. If travelling from Italy, it is also possible to book freight ferries that sail from Brindisi.

If you do have business in both Italy and Greece and need to transport goods between the two memorable Mediterranean destinations, your choices for ferries to Corfu include the likes of Venice, Ancona and Bari with Direct Ferry, who also offer a service from the Greek cities of Patra and Igoumenista.

Whichever company you choose for freight ferries to Corfu, and wherever you decide to travel from, you can are provided with a warm service from staff who are there to ensure that your goods arrive at their intended destination without and difficulties or delays.

With freight ferries to Corfu, the hustle and bustle you would experience at other ports is completely avoided as you can be ensured your goods run smoothly through customs. At Corfu Ferry Port, baggage reclaim also works efficiently and you wouldn’t be waiting long.

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