Sea Scouts Massachusetts Groups

In addition to being a Boy Scout - at age 14 Boys and Girls can join the Sea Scouts.  If you love the water and sailing, then Sea Scouts might be a great addition to Boy Scouts. 

The Cape Cod and Islands Council has "Ships"in Yarmouth,  Nauset/Orleans,  Harwich and Falmouth.  Click on the town name for more information.  If you spend a lot of time on the Cape during the summer, this could be a great program to add on to Scouts.  A Scouts can belong to more than one program.  There is a different type of Advancement is Sea Scouts.  

Spirit of Adventure Council has locations in Gloucester and Cambridge.  The Sea Scouts in Cambridge just won the Koch Cup.  https://blog.scoutingmagazine.org/2018/07/18/2018-koch-cup/

Mayflower Council has started a Sea Scout Ship at the Wessagusset Yacht Club in Weymouth. Any and all youth are welcome join as long as long as they meet the requirements (14 or 13 and graduated 8th grade). No Scouting experience necessary! Sea Scouts will learn how to sail, navigate the ocean, repair vessels, and so much more! I

f you’re interested, come to one of two information nights at the Wessagusset Yacht Club on Wednesday August 29, 2018 6 pm – 8 pm or Friday September 14, 2018  5 pm – 8 pm. Park in the Wessagusset Beach Parking Lot and follow the attached picture (by clicking on the parking lot link)  for walking directions (less than 1/4 mile). If you can’t make it, please fill out this form for more information and to sign up!

If you hear of other Sea Scout groups in the area, please let me know so I may post for those who have interest.
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