Sea Scouts: Grand Banks Dory on Portage Lake Sea Scouting is a part of the Venturing program of the Boy Scouts of America, offered to young men and women, ages fourteen through twenty-one. The founders of Sea Scouting in the United States are Arthur A. Carey of Waltham, Massachusetts and Charles T. Longstreth of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Both leaders independently established Sea Scout groups in the summer of 1912. Sea Scouts provides a chance to sail, cruise on boats, learn navigation, learn how to work on engines. Sea Scouts often compete in regattas and have distinctive uniforms.
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