Windsor Knot (Latest)
33' Nauticat Motorsail
Steve Sharp

169' Schooner.
Steve Sharp

41' Garden Ketch
© Steve Sharp

SeaBreacher X
16' Semi Submersible
© Steve Sharp

Skylge VSF
141' Schooner
Two versions

© Steve Sharp

MT Westgate
93.15 Meter Tanker
© Andrew Randall

34' Marine Trader double cabin
© Steve Sharp

Miss Behave
16' Garwood Speedster

© Steve Sharp

1965 Jaguar
Series 1 E-type Roadster
© Steve Sharp

Swan 82' S Cabin
© Steve Sharp

Sycara IV VSF
151' fantail cruiser
© Steve Sharp

In the shipyard...
Coming soon

LOA 160'
Auxiliary Schooner
Now under construction

1934 Gar Wood 'Speedster'
Miss Behave

She was the original speedster built by Gar Wood for Ed Noble of the Lifesaver Candy Company, he told Wood that he and his friends only wanted a small, sporty racer that would be like a water version of the popular European sports cars -Wood's answer was high performance sixteen footer with 2 seats aft of the engine that he called the "Speedster" - Its performance and appearance was similar to a cut-down Miss America racer. Noble fell in love with the boat and the first dozen produced were sent to the St. Lawrence River for Noble and his friends. His speedster was named the "Miss Behave" and others in the group were called "Miss Adventure". "Miss Chief” and "Miss Conduct". Speedster racing became a regular event on the St. Lawrence River right to the start of World War II

Beam: 6'

Gray Marine Fireball 125 hp

Only 16 production models were built.

Miss Behave now sits in the Thousand Islands Shipyard Museum.

Copyright: Steve Sharp

Miss Behave


Custom Instruments

Pre-set Boat views

Opening Engine Hatch