New York owes its origins and early success as a city to its harbor, and no area better embodies this link to the sea than the Battery. Similarly, nothing represents this maritime tradition as strongly as the Whitehall rowboat. Built on Whitehall Street in lower Manhattan, Whitehall rowboats were the workhorses of the harbor, ferrying goods and sailors to and from the ships coming into port. The boats were characterized by their use of clinker hull construction, with overlapping boards radiating out from a central keel running the length of the hull. My design translates these elements into a stackable outdoor chair.