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California marina offers ValvTect fuel

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Del Rey Landing in Marina del Rey, Calif., is now offering specially formulated ValvTect marine fuels.

Del Rey Landing is the only fuel dock servicing the nearly 5,300 vessels at Marina del Rey, which is in Los Angeles County. It is one of only four marinas on the West Coast capable of accommodating megayachts up to 250 feet.

“We are pleased to offer ValvTect marine fuels as part of our commitment to provide only the highest-quality products and services,” Greg Schem, developer and operator of Del Rey Landing, said in a statement. “We built the marine industry’s most advanced fuel dock to accommodate Marina del Rey’s thousands of local boaters and to provide dockage for weekend cruisers, as well as superyachts visiting the Los Angeles area. We wanted to make sure to offer the best fuel and value to go along with our world-class facility.”

“We are honored to have Del Rey Landing join the nationwide network of certified ValvTect marinas,” ValvTect Petroleum Products president Jerry Nessenson said in a statement. “Along with its advanced high-speed dispensing system and extensive amenities it will provide boaters in the Los Angeles area and West Coast cruisers a safe and convenient fueling location to obtain ValvTect marine fuels.”

ValvTect Marine Diesel with BioGuard Plus 6 and ValvTect Marine Gasoline with ValvTect Ethanol Gasoline Treatment are specially formulated to prevent problems caused by ultra-low-sulfur diesel and E10 gasoline.

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