Whitelaw Reid's boat, Water Witch, has been on permanent display in the Adirondack Museum since the 1960s. It was originally displayed on a small pond on the museum grounds; it is presently housed in the lobby at the entrance.
In 2004, a new boat was built, the Millennium Falcon, bringing the number of boats racing weekly each summer back to the original dozen. Although the boats are theoretically identical, restoration work has revealed subtle differences from one boat to the next, as the boat-builders sought to improve the design in minor ways.
It is believed to be the oldest one-class racing design that is still sailed in the United States.
1. The Brighton Story, p. 140