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AMERICAS On the Americas side Rubis offer their superior brand quality and service assurance in superyacht bunkering, across their Atlantic network of locations including Bermuda and 16 other countries of the Caribbean. Bermuda is a transit point for vessels from the US and for many a last stop before making the crossing east to Europe. In the Caribbean, from the Bahamas, Cayman, Jamaica and Turks & Caicos in the west, French Antilles and Antigua in the east, down through St Lucia, Barbados and the Grenadines to Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana on mainland South America, Rubis has the region comprehensively covered.


With such scenic destinations, many of which include marine conservation areas and UNESCO World Heritage Sites, along with performance and reliability issues associated with fuel quality, it is now also an important responsibility of owners and captains to consider the environmental effects their fuel quality has on the ecology around them.


ENVIRONMENT Environmental impact of vessel operation is a key factor in sustainability but with the climate change crisis now at a critical level, fuel quality advances and emissions reductions should be a target for all vessels. This will be a credit to the vessel and company whether they are embarked on exploration, eco-charter or pleasure cruising.


This HVO is an advanced 2nd generation hydro-


processed bio-fuel which is FAME free, outperforms other bio diesels and is fully compatible with EN 590 fuel.


15940. Rubis supplies HVO in the Channel Islands at rates which are similar to those of fossil diesel in Europe, therefore superyachts can choose this as a cost neutral way to offset their carbon emissions.


This HVO is an advanced 2nd generation hydro-processed bio-fuel which is FAME free, outperforms other bio diesels and fossil diesels, will produce up to net 90% less CO2 over its lifecycle and is fully compatible with EN 590 fuel. As a major development in this direction Rolls Royce MTU have now released EN 15940 renewable diesel for use in their very popular series 4000 GenDrive engines. This is expected to be extended across much of the MTU engine range in the 2021 update of their Fluids & Lubricants Manual. With the rapid increase in demand for renewable diesel in the superyacht sector, Rubis is extending the availability of this grade across their network of bunkering locations covering Bermuda, the Caribbean and South America.


Pre-planning fuel stops to suit selected routes and fuel specifications for a superyacht captain reduces the unknown element and unforeseen circumstances. A network of locations from the same supplier with premium quality of service and product assurance, means standards of bunkering procedures are one less thing to be concerned with. Rubis know fuel and together with port agent partners understand superyacht requirements for the smooth planning, booking and completion of bunker port calls. The Rubis network provides start to finish expertise and superior customer service.


For location details visit:


Rubis Europe Channel Islands www.rubis-ci.co.uk/superyacht


Rubis Atlantic Locations www.rubis-ci.co.uk/superyacht-atlantic


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