A guide to yacht fuel bunkering, oils and lubricants
With pressure mounting for superyachts to go 'green', captains and chief engineers are searching for the best solutions to store and supply fuel, oil and lubricants safely, in a way that lowers their emissions.
Read our guides on liquid natural gas as a possible fuel replacement, the importance of testing fuel and the fuel capacity of superyachts for a better understanding on fuel bunkering in the marine industry.
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Ever wondered how much fuel it takes to fill up the world's largest superyachts? We have. That's why we decided to compare the fuel tank capacity of the world's current largest superyachtm M/Y Azzam with some smaller vehicles and craft that are a little closer to home.
LNG (liquid natural gas) is seriously being considered as a possible fuel replacement for diesel, as new laws and regulations are passed forcing yachts and superyachts to curb their emissions. Yachting Pages presents a complete guide on this 'clean' fuel, and determines whether or not it is a viable option for yachts in the future.
There's more to marine fuel than many people think – and as the experts know, testing fuel is vital to maintaining the proper running of a large superyacht. We reached out to Conidia Bioscience to tell us about the intricacies of fuel and fuel testing.