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Santo Tomás de Castilla (15°N 88°W)

Santo Tomás de Castilla is a port city which lies at Amatique Bay in the Izabal Department of Guatemala. The cruise ship terminal welcomes four cruise ships a month, carrying 1,500 passengers each.

Clipper Oil can supply bunkers and bunker fuel in Santo Tomás de Castilla, Guatemala. 

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The ports of Santo Tomas de Castilla on the Gulf of Mexico, along with Puerto Quetzal on the Pacific are some of the busiest ports in the country. These seaports are hosts to a diverse array of maritime activities on a daily basis, creating the need for reliable fuel and lubricant suppliers. That’s where Clipper Oil comes in. Clipper Oil supplies only the finest fuel in Guatemala. As an international supplier of marine fuels and lubricant oils, we are committed to creating a reliable lifeline for your oil and fuel needs wherever you are in the Pacific. We have set up hubs in all of these ports in Guatemala to provide operators of fishing boats, ocean-going yachts, cruise ships, cargo ships, military/government/research vessels, and power plants all they need to keep their engines going. Clipper stocks and delivers top quality products from Shell, ExxonMobil and other independent players in the market. Aside from marine fuels and lubricant oils, we also supply Intermediate Fuel Oil (IFO), Marine Gas Oil (MGO), Automotive Diesel Fuel, Unleaded Gasoline, Kerosene, Jet Fuel, AV Gas 100LL, Heavy Crushed Coarse Salt and Anhydrous Ammonia in Costa Rica. Clipper Oil can also be found in island republics across the pacific, in Asia, in Australia, in the United States, and in South America.

Clipper Oil can supply bunkers and bunker fuel in Guatemala. 

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