Frequently Asked Questions

1. How can we provide fuel where others don’t?

CORFUEL has a fleet of fuel transport trucks at its disposal that allows for fast delivery to locations that are not easily accessible.

Our small size fuel transport trucks can access smaller public docking areas or private property moorings that have limited access to large vehicles.

Wherever you are we’ve got you covered!

2.How can you order fuel in advance?

If you know the dates and location of your arrival anywhere in Corfu, we’ll be there waiting for you.

CONTACT US with the details of your travel itinerary and the quantity of fuel you will need.
If your travel plans change at the last minute our CORFUEL 24/7 service will let you go anywhere you want at any time.

3. How much fuel can you order?

We can provide an unlimited supply of marine fuels and lubricants in Corfu.

48 hours are required for orders exceeding 10 tonnes of fuel.

CORFUEL is your reliable source of unlimited marine fuel supply for your onward journey.
Phone us NOW on (+30) 6976 659 222


4. How can you pay?

  • We accept all major Credit Cards  for your transactions
  • Bank Transfer
  • Cash

5. Why refuel in Corfu?

If you are travelling to and from Greece, the island of Corfu is the first and last stop on your journey.

When travelling from Italy, Albania, Croatia or any other Mediterranean location, Corfu is your reliable port of call for an unlimited supply of marine fuels and lubricants.

Paxos, Antipaxos, Othoni, Lefkada and Kefalonia are some of the Ionian Islands in the vicinity of Corfu.

Phone us on (+30) 6976 659 222 to refuel if you are stopping in Corfu or just passing through.

6. Do we offer other marine services?

CORFUEL works in partnership with other service providers in the yachting industry that have the same reliable professional record.
We are always pleased to offer you our advice and know how.

We have a list of suppliers for:

  • Mechanical Repairs
  • Cleaning
  • Mobile Luxury Spa Services
  • Commercial Diving Services
  • Private Scuba Diving