From the Central Region Boatswain – April Edition

I’m back for the month of April with some updates. Recently, we had our regional meeting to discuss upcoming events and new programs. Personally, I had fun during the meeting, and I hope to see other youth representation at our next meeting – I am challenging all the Area Boatswains to join me at our next face-to-face meeting this fall. Don’t forget the Central Region Rendezvous May 20-22nd on Lake Springfield.

Western Region Quarterdeck Applications for 2016-2017

Applications are now being accepted until May 1 for 2016-2017 Western Region Boatswain, WR Boatswain’s Mates, and WR Yeoman. Apply now and join the team. Completed applications should be emailed to WR Commodore Joshua Gilliland by May 1, 2016. WR Boatswain...

Passport to Adventure Long Cruise Guide

The Sea Scout program relies on an annual Long Cruise just like Scouting relies on summer camp or baseball relies on the World Series. It is the pinnacle of what Sea Scouting has to offer, high adventure on the water, lifelong friendships, lifelong memories, and of...

Announcing the 2016-2017 National Boatswain

IRVING, TX- The National Sea Scout Support Committee announces the selection of Rachel West of Georgetown, Texas as the 2016-2017 National Sea Scout Boatswain. Her term of office is June 1, 2016 through May 31, 2017. She is a member of Ship 911, SSS Response,...

Frequently Asked Questions- March 2016

The National Sea Scout Committee has received many questions regarding the effects of the Sea Scout Resolution.These questions have been answered in this Frequently Asked Question Fact Sheet. If you have specific questions that are not addressed here, please send an...

West Marine BlueFuture® Grants Available

Watsonville, CA,– Starting this spring, West Marine is taking a new approach with its nonprofit BlueFuture program. While the program initially supported initiatives on three fronts — youth boating, sustainable fisheries and marine conservation — the company has opted...

Needed: A Passionate Individual to Serve as Area 5 Commodore

The area covers Western Missouri, Western Iowa, Nebraska and Kansas.

Responsibilities include being the lead contact for Sea Scout Ships in the Area and developing a team to assist the Ships’ efforts to deliver the quality Sea Scout program to our youth.

From the Central Region Commodore – March Edition

Happy Spring!

While other Ships in other Regions have been “on the water” for some time, we in the Central Region have just begun thinking of uncovering the boats, doing our safety checks and needed repairs and deciding when we plan to launch. Spring is a busy time for our Ships.

New Sea Scout Website Is Now Live

IRVING TX – The newly redesigned Sea Scout website went live today. aims to be the complete Sea Scout resource for Sea Scouts, prospective Sea Scouts, volunteers, professionals, partners, and the public. The new site features new tools such as...