Sea Scouting

Long Beach Sea Scout Charity Event

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Date: Saturday September 29, 2018

Location: Little Rec, 5000 E 7th St LB 90804

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POSEIDON

Our Sea Scout Squadron has started a NEW program for youth who would like to join Sea Scouts.
The program age requirement has now been lowered to 13 year and youth must be in the 8th grade. POSEIDON is a coeducation program that is open to Scouts and non-scouts. The program will be offered 3 times a year and is an exciting way to take advantage of one the best kept secrets in Scouting.

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Program Schedule
Scout/Parent Information Night -- April 15th at 7pm

Parent Night   Sunday 4/15    7pm Program Info
Meeting 1 Tues 4/17 6:30pm   Orientation
Meeting 2 Sat 4/21 6:30pm   Swim Test
Meeting 3 Tues 4/24 6:30pm   Classroom
Meeting 4 Sat 4/28 6:30pm   Classroom
Meeting 5 Sat 5/5 5pm   Service
Meeting 6 Tues 5/8 6:30pm   Classroom
Meeting 7 Sat 5/19 8-3 ILSS
Meeting 8 Fri 5/25-28   Catalina
Meeting 9 Sat 6/2 8-3 Scout O Rama  
Meeting 10 Tues 6/5 6:30pm   Classroom
Meeting 11 Tues 6/12 6:30pm   Classroom
Meeting 12 Sat 6/16 9am Open House

 

What is Sea Scouting?

Welcome aboard—to the fun and adventure of Sea Scouts, a program combining the traditions of the past with the technology of the future. Whether you look to the sea for a career or lifelong hobby, Sea Scouts is for you.

Sea Scout programs are run by the youth members. Elected officers plan and conduct the program. Being part of the vessel's crew teaches teamwork. As experience is gained, more opportunities arise to contribute to the leadership of the unit. 

Sea Scouts give service to others. The element of water makes Sea Scouts unique. Sea Scout units use a variety of boats, from outboard motorboats to large sailing yachts.

The challenge is taking a vessel from point A to point B while being ready for whatever may be encountered along the way. Crewing a vessel involves sharing the duties of helmsman, navigator, lookout, cook, sail handler, or engineer. Every event is an adventure.

Sea Scout advancement rewards individual pursuits of excellence. Each level of advancement marks growth as a seaman and a leader. The highest rank a Sea Scout can earn is the prestigious Quartermaster rank.

A youth must be 13 years of age and graduated from the eighth grade or be 14 to join Sea Scouts. You can stay in Sea Scouts until you are 21 years of age.  Sea Scout ships can be located by contacting the Boy Scouts of America in your area. If there is not a ship nearby, encourage parents, school, church, or community organizations to organize one! Scouting is an awesome adventure for young people interested in learning the ways of the ocean, boating vessels, and leadership. 

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