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The best part of Sea Scouts are the summer activities where we work on mastering our seamanship and safety skills with hands-on-experiences. We plan activities such as day and overnight sails, kayaking in the Sheboygan River, or paddle boarding on Lake Michigan.
Fall and winter ship meetings give us the chance to work on seamanship skills like navigation, rope work, swimming, and to plan for future summer activities.
For those interested, you can build boats under expert instruction, or maintain our fleet of Lasers, FJ's and our flagship, the Watkins.
There are also opportunities to join and/or organize social activities with other ships and youth organizations.
Sea Scouts take service very seriously. Sea Scouts perform various kinds of service from their ship, to community service. They participate in river or beach clean up efforts, food drives, and youth programs. Sea Scouts may also participate in flag ceremonies, and have the opportunity to serve as honor guards at various community events.
Earn your Small Boat Sailing merit badge under the direction of ScoutsBSA Merit Badge Counselors Mark Matthias (Ship 5050 Skipper) and Whitney Kent (Sheboygan Youth Sailing). Look for our Small Boat Sailing merit badge clinics or contact Sea Scouts or Sheboygan Youth Sailing.
Youth already registered with another unit of ScoutsBSA pay only $7 a year to be a Ship member!
Whether you just want to be on the water this summer, or see yourself sailing around the world someday, Sea Scouts is for you. Join today! All you need to bring is your energy, great attitude, and a parent or guardian to sign the paper.