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Jeanneau owners club is formed

Thirty-five Jeanneau owners met last weekend in Annapolis, Md., to organize the new Jeanneau Sailboat Owners Group.

The group plans to have a number of North American chapters. Each one will organize and host local events for Jeanneau owners.

"We are really excited that these owners have put this group together," said Jeanneau America Paul Fenn said in a statement. "They have come up with some great ideas for getting together with and getting to know other Jeanneau owners."

Six events are planned for the coming season, starting with a splash party at the end of April at Port Covington in Baltimore.

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