Albania yachting was instrumental in introducing Albania to the duty-free bunkering world due to work done in the field of tourism in the country.
As a result of our Team Work with the Government Institutions bunkering was allowed for all the yachts coming to Albania. This decision had an impact on the increase in the number of yachts visiting the country.
Equipped with this knowledge, Albania yachting is a local leader in providing the best opportunities for the yachts willing to bunker in the 4 main ports of the country.
Our team is available to assist with all formalities as well as bunkering by providing a competitive price compared to other fueling companies.
Fuel is delivered by truck to all the Ports and assisted by our team on the ground.
This small port invites you with beautiful and sunny beaches.
Shëngjin is a coastal town in northwest Albania. Mountains, hills covered with bushland, trees, and vegetation of local places are seen on the horizon.
The coast is popular with tourists from all around the world. The sea is clean and blue; the beach is wide sandy, the bottom is shallow, without stones, which is quite rare to find; the air is saturated with iodine. The port is in the northern part of Shëngjin.
Small sailboats to big cruiseships, Vlora can host everyone.
Founded in the 6th century B.C.E. Vlorë was built in one of the most beautiful spots in southern Albania. Its shores present a unique mixture of sand and rocky beaches with a gorgeous view of the Karaburun Peninsula and Sazan Island in front of the city.
Discover the fascinating history of Vlorë as you visit the Muradit Mosque, Vlora Castle, and Kuzum Baba, then explore the Roman ruins in Orikum, archaeological parks, and Llogara National Park.
Not only the largest port of Albania, but also the port to the capital, Tirana.
The largest port of Albania is in Durres. It's a commercial port - but recently more sailboats and other large yachts have been using it for tourism and refueling.
The "Eternal City" over the Adriatic Sea is over 3,000 years old. Due to its rich history, the city is full of ancient archaeological sites and discoveries, including the famous Roman Emperor Hadrian's Amphitheatre, the second-largest amphitheater in the Balkans.
Discover more about the entrance of the South: the City of 300 sunny days per year.