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We are currently developing extensive online resources that enhance the Sea Scout experience and support the Sea Scout Manual.  We will continue to update these resources here.  If you have comments or suggestions regarding these resources, drop us a line by completeing the form on the right side of the page.

Current Sea Scout Manual
 Sea Scout Manual (2012) 


Sea Scout Manual Errata Notices

Sea Scout Manual Errata Notice - 2014 Future Printing

Sea Scout Manual Errata Notice - 2014 Future Printing (pages 17-26)

Sea Scout Manual Errata Notice - 2012 Printing

Sea Scout Manual Errata Notice - 2011 Printing


Sea Scout Manual 2010 Supplemental Activities (CD)


Sea Scout Manual - Historic/ Archive Versions 

Sea Scout Manual (2011)

Adult Leaders

Young people join the Sea Scout program, in part, to associate with adult leaders.

Advancement Requirements & Downloads


Leadership Recognition

  • Venturing & Sea Scout Leadership Awards (BSA Official) - The Venturing and Sea Scout Leadership Award is presented by councils, areas, regions, and the BSA National Council to Venturers and Sea Scouts who have made exceptional contributions to Venturing and Sea Scouts and who exemplify the Venturing Code, Venturing Oath, and Sea Promise. 


Partner Opportunities

  • US Coast Guard Auxillary - The National Commodore of the Coast Guard Auxiliary would like to recognize all new Eagles and Quartermasters by providing them with a congratulatory letter upon completion of their requirements.  Visit the USCGA here for more information.
  • US Coast Guard Auxiliary - The Coast Guard Auxiliary has the authority to provide training to Sea Scouts in accordance with the Memorandum of Agreement between the Auxiliary and the Boy Scouts of America.  This USCGA Training Opportunities document to learn about training opportunities with your local USCGA organization.

Sea Scout Recruiting and Retention

Recruiting and retaining motivated Scouts and quality leaders is a full time job for most units.  We are developing tools that we hope you will find useful in your efforts to recruit and retain membership in your units.

Be A Scout

The National Council has developed Be A Scout as an interactive web tool that can help prospective Scouts an leaders to locate and learn more about your Ship.  The Be A Scout! program can help your unit grow and be found when you log into and update your unit information. 

When interested youth and adults use Be A Scout, they enter their city or zip code information and an interactive map populates Scout units that are close to them.  They select a unit by clicking on a "pin" that takes them to an informational page that tells them about the unit they have selected.  The information they view is customized by the units themselves and may include meeting place information and logos, e-mail addresses, phone numbers and other important contact information.  Interested persons can even leave information for you to contact them.  Be A Scout is an awesome recruting tool!

Learn more about how to customize your Ship's Be A Scout information by visiting the National Councils website and downloading an informational presentation here.

How to Organize a New Sea Scout Ship

The National Sea Scout Support Commite has developed a guide that provides information on how to organize a new Sea Scout Ship. It includes the steps to organize, ship meeting agendas, suggested program for a new Sea Scout Ship, and suggested subjects and activities for the second year. Download it form here.

Other Resources

Other resources for recruiting and retention can be found in the DOCUMENTS section of the site under RECRUITING MATERIALS.  New documents are being posted so check back often to see what has been updated or added. 



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Western Region Sea Scouts

Welcome to the Western Region Sea Scout page. Sea Scouts are all across the Western Region, from Arizona to Alaska.

The Western Region includes:

  • WR Area 1: Alaska, Washington, Oregon and Idaho
  • WR Area 2: Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, South Dakota, & Nebraska
  • WR Area 3: Northern California, Nevada
  • WR Area 4: Southern California (Los Angeles & Orange County)
  • WR Area 6: Far East, Hawaii, San Diego, Arizona, New Mexico & El Paso, Texas

Get on the Water

We are making 2014 the year of Getting on the Water.


To Learn More About Sea Scout Activity in the Western Region, check us out on

            West Wing Blog: http://wrseascouts.wordpress.com

Facebook Group for Volunteers: https://www.facebook.com/groups/111802758919685/

Sea Scout New Century Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sea-Scouts-BSA-The-New-Century/122235897815341

            YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrelVncuyQaJxWpSDNSW-wQ

Twitter: @SeaScouts100th




Southern Region Sea Scouts

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Sea Scouts has been making a difference in the lives of men and women for more than a century; today there are more than 50 million living Scouting alumni. Whether you were a Scout, leader, volunteer, parent, or supporter, you are alumni of the nation’s foremost youth movement.

Now you can reconnect with the adventure of Scouting through our various Sea Scout alumni organizations and the BSA's Alumni Connection. Join the thousands of others who care about the youth of our nation, Sea Scouts, BSA, and the Boy Scouts of America!

Whether you're an active volunteer, or someone who just wants to keep up with what is happening in Scouting, here you should find what you need to stay connected to the Sea Scouts, BSA and the Boy Scouts of America. 



Some of the ways you can reconnect are -

Be a Volunteer

Without thousands of volunteers, Sea Scouts programs would not be possible. If you are not yet a volunteer — but are interested in becoming one — there are several ways to get involved.

Leadership Roles

Sea Scout leaders serve in one of the BSA's most important roles. Our Skippers, Mates, and Committee Members directly mentor youth and make a difference in the lives of millions.

Please note: The BSA is committed to child safety and ensuring that every youth has a positive experience in Scouting. Before assigning an adult to a leadership position, a background check is required.

Administrative Roles

Share your expertise and special talents to serve your local BSA council.

Councils are always in need of active and engaged board members, unit committee members, merit badge counselors, and special event committee personnel.

As Needed

You can volunteer with the Sea Scouts, BSA even if you don't have a lot of time to commit. Help supervise a cruise, prepare lunch at an event, work at an event registration table, or do any number of small tasks help Sea Scouts in your community.

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