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Groups join on fuel-cost website

MarineFuel.com, BoatUS and ValvTect Petroleum Products are partnering to help make boating more affordable this summer.

Providing free marina reservations and easy access to real-time, accurate and comprehensive data, the partnerships guarantee that boaters always will have the most current information about details that affect their buying decisions.

“Our data integrity team ensures our members always have access to current fuel prices and availability, as well as real-time marina information and their discounts. By simply submitting one request for today’s rates in a specific area, members can save hundreds of dollars on marina gas or diesel and related services at each refueling,” MarineFuel.com president and CEO William McKenna said in a statement.

“The introduction of tools empowering boaters to gain control over one of their largest recurring expenses, and brokering best-priced fuel transactions between marinas, yachts, fishing tournaments, rendezvous and fuel distributors, has been a welcome logistical supplement for marine industry consumers and professionals alike,” he added.

ValvTect is partnering with MarineFuel.com to track fuel prices and provide an easy way for boaters to identify certified ValvTect marinas that market ValvTect marine fuels.

And BoatUS members receive an exclusive 20 percent discount on MarineFuel.com’s membership options.

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