Beneteau

Beneteau, which is based in western France, was founded by Benjamin Beneteau in 1884 and is led by granddaughter Madame Annette Beneteau Roux. The sailboat division’s U.S. headquarters is in Marion, S.C., and its U.S. powerboat headquarters is in Annapolis, Md.

Beneteau stops production in Brazil

The Beneteau Group said it ended fiscal 2015-16 with net sales of 1.083 billion euros — about $1.8 billion — and a strong increase in boat sales.

Beneteau had 30 boats from Wellcraft, Glastron, Four Winns and Scarab in the water for dealers to inspect and sea trial.

Beneteau: We’re here to stay

More than 300 dealers from North America and worldwide attended a Groupe Beneteau dealer meeting this fall and heard the French company reiterate its commitment to the U.S. market. Beneteau in 2014 acquired the American boat brands Glastron, Four Winns, Scarab and Wellcraft.

Groupe Beneteau honors Canadian dealership

Four Winns, Glastron and Wellcraft gave The Boat Warehouse the Admiral Award for the largest volume for a multiple-store dealership in Canada at the Sept. 18-21 Beneteau Group dealer meeting in Sarasota, Fla.

Beneteau gets high marks from dealers at meeting

SARASOTA, Fla. — It has been just over two years since Groupe Beneteau bought the four American brands that Rec Boat Holdings previously owned — Glastron, Four Winns, Scarab and Wellcraft.

Beneteau tells dealers it’s committed to U.S. market

SARASOTA, FLA. — More than 300 dealers from North America and worldwide gathered here at Groupe Beneteau’s dealer meeting, further rolling out plans regarding the company’s 2014 acquisition of the American boat brands Glastron, Four Winns, Scarab and Wellcraft.

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