Sea Scouts provide a range of program opportunities for youth from 14-21 years old. For nearly 100 years Sea Scouts of the Chief Seattle Council have been cruising the waters of the Salish Sea on sailboats, power boats, canoes, kayaks and more recently, stand up paddle boards.
The Sea Scout mission is the same as the Boy Scouts mission: To prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices and to internalize the Scout Oath and Law. We just do that on boats.
Visit a Sea Scout Ship meeting and discover the adventure that awaits you on the water.
For more information, contact the Commodore of the Chief Seattle Council Fleet, John Dellinger, at email@example.com. He can answer questions about Sea Scouting and help connect you with a Sea Scout Ship in your area.
For general program information and to download official resources, advancement forms and more, visit https://www.seascout.org.
The Western Region Sea Scouts keep an active blog. Learn more at: https://wrseascouts.wordpress.com.
Note there are surplus sail boats and power boats available for adoption. Please contact Ron Lynn firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read about BSA’s comprehensive Youth Protection guidelines at BSA Youth Protection.
Sea Scout Ship Propeller
Vessel: 65′ steel-hulled Army T-Boat – Propeller
Location: Lake Union
Facebook: Sea Scout Ship Propeller
Skipper: Al Bruce (email@example.com)
Mates: Jeremy Makin (firstname.lastname@example.org), Robyn Kolke (email@example.com)
Donation of Vessels
The Chief Seattle Council does not own vessels. If you would like to donate a vessel, contact 855-272-1227 and arrangements will be made to accept your vessel. All vessels are sold through a local broker and a percentage of the proceeds are made to support the Chief Seattle Council Sea Scout program. For more information, contact: www.onecarhelpsscouts.com.