MarineFuel.com Offers New Service Options

YachtingJournal.com
Thursday, May 30, 2013
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MarineFuel.com, LLC launched a new Membership Menu to create Premium Data and Services options customized to serve the boater seeking less than 1,000 gallons of boat gas or marine diesel while on the water. Access to the Marinas Directory is always free, but (free - no credit card required) Registration is necessary to unlock the Fuel Locator and Marina Finder full search results, and short-term Premium Memberships are available for those who enjoy the time and money saving tools of advanced database filtering features. 

"This change is in direct response to feedback from boat owners who take on smaller volumes of marine fuel at marinas and fuel docks, as they've indicated preference for shorter term memberships since they typically require access to fuel pricing information only during specific or limited times during the year.  As such, we've altered the MarineFuel.com Premium Membership Menu to offer packages that are more palatable to seasonal or weekend boaters," said Christine McKenna, President of MarineFuel.com, LLC.

Free registration also opens vital contact information enabling members to communicate directly with marina owners and fuel dock operators, as well as present a 2 day free trial of Premium Data and Customer Support Services.  For a short time, Free Registration will also allow Premium Data and Sorting Features on the Apple Iphone and Ipad mobile application developed by Fugawi/Northport Systems, Inc.

Larger vessels and commercial operations still have annual membership options which provide 24/7 access to Broker/Traders via the Fuel Bid Desk, making it cost effective and easy for Captains, Charter Companies, Mega Yacht Managers and others seeking wholesale yacht fuel pricing for large volume marine fuel purchases delivered to their specified location.

(Current Premium Members, registered under the previous membership menu, will maintain the full year's services already purchased)

www.marinefuels.com

 

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