What are Sea Scouts?
|Since 1912, Sea Scouts have sailed the high seas in search of adventure, while providing assistance to fellow boaters in need. Whether it’s racing FJ sailboats in the Koch Cup or sailing the SSTV Der Pelikan across the open water – anything is possible in Sea Scouts.|
|Koch Cup Qualifier, Sept 29-Oct 1
|Camp Able, June 25 – July 1
|Lifeguard Camp, August 7-13
Find a Sea Scouts Ship
|Interested in visiting or joining a Ship? We have plenty to choose from.
View the list of NCAC Sea Scout Ships.
The mission of the Sea Scout Squadron is to develop, maintain, and promote the Sea Scout program in a manner which will emphasize the purposes and achieve the objectives of the Boy Scouts of America.
National Capital Area Council is part of the Chesapeake Flotilla, which consists of all Ship and Squadron adult and youth leaders in NCAC, Baltimore Council, and Ships who have vessels in the Chesapeake Bay. Other Flotilla Sea Scout Wardrooms within the Northeast Region are: Delaware Valley (Pa, Del, So.NJ), Liberty (Great NY, No. NJ) and New England.
Key Sea Scouts Contacts:
- NCAC Squadron Commodore: Douglas Yeckley
- NCAC Squadron Vice Commodore: Joel David
- Chesapeake Flotilla Commodore: Steve Nichols
- NCAC Squadron Director: Trey Miller
For issues with the Sea Scout Website: Todd Skiles