Sea Scouts (Co-ed)
Sea Scouts learn how to maintain and operate their vessel and have the opportunity to go on many adventures.
Sea Scouting is a coed, ship-based program for youth 14-20 years of age, (or 13 years of age and have completed the eighth grade).
Sea Scouts have positive and character-building experiences while learning the time tested skills of a sailor. Each Sea Scout group is called a "Ship" and each Ship works with a specific vessel on an ongoing basis. Meeting schedule is dependent on the specific Ship as are the skills that the Scouts will learn. Some Sea Scouts are a part of a sailing Ship and learn fundamentals of sailing. Some Sea Scouts are a part of a motorized Ship, and learn the mechanics of that ship's systems. Each program is uniquely suited to the vessel and her Scouts.
To find the nearest Sea Scout Ships, click here.
Sea Scout calendar
including local & national events, click here.
Upcoming Local Events
WESTERN REGION BRIDGE OF HONOR
Sea Scouts host a nautical Merit Badge Day for Boy Scouts, focusing on Merit Badges such as Rowing, Canoeing and Motorboating.
Cost: $50, includes food, t-shirt, live band and youth admission to Disneyland the next day.
Date: July 26, 2014
Location: USS Iowa, San Pedro, CA