Lyman® 1963 25'
Soft Top Sleeper

1930 Dodge 21'6" Split
Cockpit Runabout

1950's Jersey
Speed Skiff

MACK Products


St. Lawrence
River Skiff

1952 Century
Sea Maid 18

1958 California
Cracker Box

1935 GarWood Speedster

MISS SEVERN 1922 Hacker Gold Cup Boat

1935 Gar Wood Speedster "MISS BEHAVE"

The 1934 prototype of the speedster was the inspiration of Phil Wood, Gar Wood’s younger brother, and was a modification of the standard 16-foot split cockpit runabout hull.  The prototype came to the attention of Frederick Bourne, who was at the time Commodore of the Thousand Islands Yacht Club.  He was looking to continue the sport of gentleman’s racing in the Thousand Islands and encouraged a few of his fellow yacht club members to join with him to establish a fleet of Gar Wood Speedsters.  Miss Behave was delivered to Bourne in the summer of 1935, and was the first in the fleet of gentleman’s racers that raced in the Thousand Islands.

    Length:   32-3/8"                   Beam:  10-1/2"                        Scale: 1/6

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