Saudi Aramco First Marine Station in the Kingdom Supplies Yachts and Boats with Fuel

The first Saudi hydrogen car fueling station by Saudi Aramco
The first Saudi hydrogen car fueling station by Saudi Aramco

Saudi Aramco, one of the world's leading companies in the fields of energy and chemicals, announced today the opening of "Aramco Marina", its first marine station in the Kingdom to supply yachts and boats with fuel at the Jeddah Yacht Club on the Red Sea coast.

The station, which bears the new identity of the Saudi Aramco stations brand, is operated as part of the company’s efforts to contribute to developing the tourism sector in the Kingdom and the region. Its opening coincides with the start of the Formula 1 Saudi Grand Prix.

With a capacity of more than 65 million liters annually, the station provides diesel and gasoline to local and international customers.

Executive Vice President of the Business Sector for Products and Customers at Saudi Aramco Yasser Mufti said that Saudi Aramco will continue to build various modern facilities to keep pace with the Kingdom’s efforts to establish comprehensive, advanced services by investing in the growth and contributing to the diversification of businesses and economy.

He added that the opening of the station represents a new chapter in the endeavor to expand the company’s presence in the Kingdom, raise the quality of life and enhance technological standards by establishing pioneering retail fuel stations that provide distinctive customer service, and help business, travel and tourism sectors in the Kingdom advance, creating an additional value for the economy.

The Jeddah Yacht Club is distinguished by its view of the waterfront next to the Corniche Formula 1 racing circuit; it contains the first marina for yachts and boats on the Red Sea coast, and can accommodate huge and luxurious yachts of up to 120 meters in length. Next to the marina, there are international restaurants and cafés overlooking the sea.