ValvTect Marine Fuels at Dana Point Yacht Fuel Dock

Press Release
Thursday, March 14, 2013

ValvTect Petroleum announce Dana Point Fuel Dock at Dana Point, California has joined the nearly 600 marinas & fuel docks it supplies.

Operated by John Van Dixhorn since 1986, the fuel dock services Dana Point Harbor’s two marinas with over 2500 guest slips and transient boaters visiting the Dana Point area. “We are totally committed to supply our customers the finest products available. Especially fuels that are specially formulated for marine engines that help prevent problems caused by ethanol and ultra low sulfur diesel that we are now required to sell”, said Mr. Van Dixhorn. “By supplying ValvTect Marine Gasoline and ValvTect Marine Diesel we are taking a proactive step to help our customers avoid fuel related problems, reduce operating and maintenance costs there by improving their boating experience” he said.

The Dana Point Harbor is owned and operated by the County of Orange and divided into the East and West Basin with a combined total of 2,500 slips for vessels of various sizes. Included in the harbor are 50 guest slips for boats transiting the coastline.

Additional harbor facilities are a ten lane launch ramp, dry boat storage hoist, fishing pier, shipyard, Dana Point Fuel Dock, two yacht clubs, a public sailing center, a 136-room hotel, and a commercial sports fishing operation, which offers whale watching trips throughout the year.

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