AMERICAN BEAUTY is a Whitehall Tender that was built by students at the WoodenBoat School and designed by the Rice Brothers from East Boothbay, Maine. Back in the 1800s, Whitehalls were used as a commercial craft, ferrying materials and crew to shore from large schooners and square-rigged ships. Eventually, the Whitehall entered the recreational world and remains a favorite of amateur boatbuilders to this day.

Whitehall Tender

AMERCIAN BEAUTY’s bow

Whitehall Tender

AMERCIAN BEAUTY

Whitehall Tender

AMERICAN BEAUTY in Brooklin Maine

Whitehall Tender

Rowing AMERICAN BEAUTY

Whitehall Tender

AMERICAN BEAUTY slices through the water

Whitehall Tender

AMERICAN BEAUTY profile