Whitehall Case Study: Westcoast Lifeguard Patrol Boat – City of Vancouver, BC Lifeguards

In 2000, when the City of Vancouver embarked on replacing inventory in their fleet of wooden lifeguard patrol boats, they contacted Whitehall Rowing & Sail in Victoria, BC. Whitehall was asked if one of their models could be adapted and customized for use as a replacement for Vancouver’s aging wooden lap strake (clinker style) fleet. [...]

Fall 2018 Newsletter

Have I Told You Lately... The above title, besides being the title of a romantic Van Morrison song, is referring to thanking many, many of you Whitehall Spirit® and Oar Board® owners for being referrals for our boats and for being Ambassadors for our Oar Boards®. Over the past several months, many of you have [...]

Rowing to Beat Cancer

We are so lucky at Whitehall Rowing & Sail to be part of such an amazing community of rowers. Not only are people finding our boats and boards a great way to keep in shape and get some recreational time on the water, some are using them in an effort to help make the world [...]

Team Whitehall Border Patrol Rows R2AK – Leg 1

The Race to Alaska (R2AK), a 750-mile (1,200 kilometer) race allowing only human and wind power, no engines, through the frigid waters of the Pacific Northwest is made up of two legs. Leg 1 is called the Proving Ground, from Port Townsend WA to Victoria B.C. right across the Strait of Juan de Fuca, crossing [...]

What to Wear Rowing

Just like any activity, rowing is better if you’re properly dressed for it, and for the conditions you’ll be rowing in. Obviously, you’ll wear more clothes in cooler weather, and less in the warmer weather. In consideration of the weather, here are a few tips you can follow: Clothes (Upper Half & Lower Half) In [...]

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