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 Reports Higher Boat Revenue, Flat Outlook
The builder said boat sales rose in the first quarter, with North American sales outperforming, but it did not change its full-year guidance.
Mercury Marine and Beneteau Partnership Goes Global
Beneteau buyers around the world will now have Mercury for a power option.
Groupe Beneteau at Cannes: Many new boats, but no big strategy reveals
The company did, however, give Trade Only Today an exclusive glimpse into its road map forward last month.
Doubling Down: The first U.S.-built Beneteau Oceanis 46.1 debuts today
From the start, the new model was designed to be built simultaneously in the U.S. and France to save costs and meet anticipated demand.
Beneteau America announces new Outboard Sales Manager
Don Smith will be responsible for growing sales of the Antares outboard line
METSTRADE 2018: Annette Roux honored at 2018 Boat Builder Awards
Former Groupe Beneteau executive receives lifetime achievement award.
FLIBS 2018: Beneteau to build Antares outboard line in Michigan
The French builder says production will start later this year.
Jeanneau and Mazu partner for promotion at Annapolis sailboat show
Jeanneau is including the m2500 hardware bundle on boats 50 feet and larger bought at the show.
Groupe Beneteau dealer meeting: domestic up, international down
For its Cadillac, Mich.-built brands, tariffs are eating into a strong sales year.