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Discover a world of adventure and fun waiting for just around the corner!  Learn how to join a local Sea Scout ship today!

Boatswain RegionalThe applications for the 2015-2016 Southern Region Boatswain and the Southern Region Area Vice Presidents of Sea Scouting are now available. Scouts will serve from June 1, 2015 through May 31, 2016.


  • Be a registered Sea Scout in a council within the Southern Region
  • Be approved to serve by his or her council
  • Be less than 20 years of age on May 31, 2015

Scan & email completed applications to by May 15th, 2015.

link PDF2015-2016 Southern Region Boatswain Nomination

link PDF2015-2016 Southern Region Area Vice President of Sea Scouting Nomination

The the National Sea Scout Service Committee recognises that Summer Cruises are crucial to the program of a ship and the advancement of each Sea Scout, so they encourage every ship to take at least one Long Cruise a year in addition to getting on the water at least once a month. The Summer Cruise Task Force has identified opportunities around the country that will allow Sea Scouts to get on the water this summer. If your ship doesn’t have a boat that is a suitable size for your summer cruise, you want to go on a unique cruise, or you need to send just one or two Sea Scouts on a cruise because of timing conflicts, consider some of these provisional options.

link PDFSummer Curising Report

Boatswain NationalThe National Boatswain represents Sea Scouts from across the United States as the youth representative on the National Sea Scout Committee. He or she reports to the National Commodore and the National Director of Sea Scouts. The National Boatswain will serve as the liaison with the Regional Boatswains’ and other youth leaders across the country.

The application for the National Boatswain is released in December and is due March 1st each year.

SEAL, Sea Scout Experience Advanced Leadership, is a training program is designed to teach leadership skills while underway. SEAL is designed to “jump start” the junior leaders of new Ships and to fine tune leaders of experienced Ships. It is a hard core, physically and mentally demanding, and remarkably rewarding hands-on leadership experience. The application for the SEAL is released in December and is due March 1st each year.

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