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Marlow Marine Cruising Club holds annual rendezvous

The Marlow Marine Cruising Club held its 20th annual Spring Rendezvous from May 5-8 in Florida.

The Marlow Marine Cruising Club held its 20th annual Spring Rendezvous from May 5-8 at the Faro Blanco Resort and Yacht Club in Marathon, Fla.

The company said a record number of members and guests attended.

Seminar topics included engine maintenance; the maintenance of air conditioning and heads; a Yacht Controller demonstration and product update; and a presentation on Cuba-bound travel by boat.

The seminars concluded with Marlow Round Table discussions led by company owner David Marlow and Marlow staff.

The traditional theme party, which was held May 6, celebrated Cinco de Mayo. Six boats were christened after a luncheon the following day. Afterward 10 owners opened their boats to all guests.

An awards dinner was held on May 7 that began with a Marlow Style “Run for the Roses”-Kentucky Derby. Boat owners chose their favorite horses, and the top four winners were awarded prizes.

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