Miss Scarlett, commissioned in 1929 by the renowned Gidley Boat Company of Penetanguishene, revisits the grace and elegance of a bygone yachting era.

Originally built on the shores of Georgian Bay with the finest craftsmen and materials of the day, she has been lovingly restored from the keel up over five years at a cost exceeding two-million dollars.

Completely refit to ABYC and U.S. Coast Guard Standards, Miss Scarlett is ready for private or commercial service in the U.S. or Canada. The restored hull is a classic carvel plank-over-frame construction, overlayed with a cold molded outer skin. She is epoxy sealed inside and out to produce an extremely strong, dry hull with a virtually unlimited life span.

Miss Scarlett is ready for private or commercial service in the United States or Canada.

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