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: Hawaii, San Diego, Arizona, New Mexico & El Paso, Texas
Internationally: Japan, the Philippines, South Korea, Taiwan, and Thailand.
The Region is led by the Regional Key 3 composed of the Regional Commodore, Greg Harden, Regional Boatswain Jayce, and Regional Staff Adviser, with the support of the Western Region Sea Scout Committee.
The Western Region Program Task Force is dedicated to creating supplemental training material for advancement and program activities Sea Scout Ships. Check back often for regular updates.
Sea Scouts interested in serving as a WR Boatswain’s Mate can apply on the following .. We need Sea Scouts interested in Marketing, Recruiting, Social Media, and Program. If you would like to help,
Photo booths for “selfies” are a fun and inexpensive way to creatively engage prospective Sea Scouts. Here are DIY tips on how to make your own Selfie Booth.
5 Ideas for Recruiting Sea Scouts
Collaborative Sea Scout Recruiting
Get on the Water
We are making 2019 the year of Getting on the Water.
Small boats are a wonderful way to get Sea Scouts on the water every week. This provides an opportunity for hands-on activity, fun and character building through adventure.
The benefits of small boats are huge. Sea Scouts who are taking out a boat frequently are constantly becoming better sailors. Weekly small boat activities can also help keep Scouts excited about being a Sea Scout. This positive energy in a Sea Scout Ship can help with retaining existing Sea Scouts and recruiting new ones.
Sea Scout volunteers should help their Sea Scouts keep the Sea Promise by reviewing Safety Afloat with the youth, having a Float Plan filed online prior to any weekend aquatic activity.