Fuel in Guadeloupe
Guadeloupe is an overseas region of France that consists of 12 main islands, only 6 of which are inhabited. Prior to Christopher Columbus' arrival Guadeloupe had been known as 'Karukera', which means, 'The Island of Beautiful Waters.' Summertime temperatures average 88 degrees Fahrenheit while the yearly average is 86 degrees Fahrenheit. An increasingly large number of cruise ships visit Guadeloupe, the cruise terminal of which is in Pointe-à-Pitre. There are 4 operational harbors welcoming cruise ships in the Guadeloupe Islands: , Basse-Terre, Deshaies, Marie-Galante and Iles des Saintes.
Caribbean Fuels supplies only the finest marine fuels and lubricants in Guadeloupe at the most competitive prices. We stock and deliver products via barge and truck from brands such as Shell and ExxonMobil as well as independent players in the oil industry. We have a large and growing clientele who operate fishing boats, ocean-going yachts, cruise ships, cargo ships, and military vessels. Aside from marine fuels and lubricants, Caribbean Fuels also deals with bunker fuel including Intermediate Fuel Oil (IFO, RME180, & RMG380) and Marine Gas Oil (MGO) in the Bahamas. We have an established customer base that we’ve been reliably serving in the Bahamas for over ten years.
Our hubs in Guadeloupe are just some of the many locations where you can find us across the Caribbean. Caribbean Fuels provides a responsive and accessible lifeline of fuels to its customers in every area of the Caribbean. Our wide reach extends to Dominica, Turks & Caicos, Aruba, the Cayman Islands, Jamaica, and Guyana to name a few.
Caribbean Fuels supply locations in Guadeloupe: