Boy Scouts of America Sea Scout program, Ship 915, is organized to promote better citizenship and to improve members’ (14 to 20 years) boating skills and knowledge through instruction and practice in water safety, boating skills, outdoor, social and service experiences and knowledge of our maritime heritage.
With BCYC adult oversight these young men and women plan the direction of their program, govern their members, and learn to help others through safe sailing. Adult Volunteers are always appreciated.
Have you stood on the beach and wondered what it's like on a passing sailboat out on the water?
- Learn to sail with high school friends
- Experience the thrill of Yacht Racing
- Go on weekend and long distance cruises
- Learn how to repair boats
- Earn your Florida power-boating license
If you are interested in this, call the S.S. Ship 915 Skipper to make plans for a Wednesday night visit and to pick up your membership packet for your personal passport to adventure.
Skipper Tony Angel (727) 459-7900 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Joel Heyne, Exec Officer (727) 599-3350
To learn more about the Sea Scouts, click the links below:
2016 Accomplishments Ship 915 By Laws Sea Scouts US News
Sea Scouts Official Site Sea Scout Awards Wikipedia Sea Scouts