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Legendary Marine, with four locations in Florida and Alabama, will take on nine Genmar boat lines in an exclusive relationship from Tallahassee, Fla., west to Gulf Shores, Ala.

The certified marine dealership will take on Four Winns, Windsor Craft Yachts, Wellcraft, Scarab, Hydra-Sports, Carver Yachts, Glastron, Seaswirl and Triumph boats as a full line dealer of each.

Legendary Marine absolutely reflects everything that is great about our industry and we feel very honored by their complete vote of confidence in Genmar and its brands,” chairman and CEO Irwin Jacobs said in a statement.

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Navy Point Yacht Sales was appointed the exclusive Ontario, Canada dealer for Jeanneau yachts.

“Navy Point’s history as a successful Jeanneau dealer and their stellar reputation for customer service makes them the perfect organization to grow the Jeanneau brand in the Ontario, Canada market,” said Paul Fenn, president of Jeanneau America.

Shawn Bannon, formerly of Angus Yachts, joined Navy Point as a partner in the Ontario venture.

Navy Point is also the dealer for Jeanneau in upstate New York, and has facilities in Sackets Harbor and Rochester, N.Y., as well as its Ontario location.

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