Travel the Greatest Wilderness on Earth.
Do you dream of sailing the Caribbean? Traveling the canals of Venice? Spending the weekend racing FJ sailboats, always on the edge of a spectacular ending? Do you imagine a scout unit with their own jet boat? Then you’re ready to be a Sea Scout!
And the surprising part is – it’s remarkably affordable! So explore the website and contact us when you’re ready to add a pair of good boat shoes to go next to those hiking boots. (But keep the boots… You’ll need them on Dead Chest Island!)
Highlight – Safety @ Sea with US Coast Guard Auxiliary
|NCAC Sea Scout Meeting (Quarterdeck/Committee)
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 National Capital Area Council Sea Scout Squadron (NCAS) is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law through maritime skills and adventures. The NCAS Quarterdeck is a youth-led organization assigned to help strengthen member ships through enhanced program and resources.
Find us on Facebook: facebook.com/ncacseascouts
Key Sea Scouts Contacts:
- Council Boatswain: Alex McDonald
- Council Boatswains Mate: Eva Smith
- Council Commodore: Todd Skiles
- Vice Commodore Admin: Paula Sind-Prunier
- Maritime Community Liaison
- Vice Commodore Program: John Wright
- Training, Events
- Aquatics Liaison: Myles Gallagher
- Area 6: Joel David
- NCAC Sea Scout Staff: Trey Miller
For issues with the Sea Scout Website: Todd Skiles