What is Sea Scouting: Adventures w Ship 378

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Defines Sea Scouting in terms of its advancement program. The presentation was created for Scout's Quartermaster Board

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  • Founder:Baden Powell's bother's vision
  • What is Sea Scouting: Adventures w Ship 378

    1. 1. What is Sea Scouting? Alex Young’s Adventures w/ S378
    2. 2. Agenda • Founder’s Vision • Ship Organizational Structure • Sea Scout Ranks: What is a(n) . . . – Apprentice Seaman – Ordinary Seaman – Able Seaman – Quartermaster
    3. 3. Brother of Founder’s Vision Warington Baden-Powell – 1911: • “Sea Scouting is simply a brand of Boy Scouting. • “Scouts first, seamen afterwards.” Brother of necessarily • “Sea Scouting is notFounder’s Vision a scheme for turning out a boy as a ready-made sailor with a view to his going to sea. • Teach him, by means which attract him, to be a handy, quick and disciplined man, able to look after himself and to help others in danger.”
    4. 4. Sea Scout Youth Roles Boatswain Yeoman Boatswain’s Mate Purser Crew Leader Specialist Asst Crew Leader Storekeeper Bugler
    5. 5. Ship Organizational Roles Boatswain Similar to a troop with additional roles (SPL) Boatswain’s Mate: Admin Crew Leaders (ASPL) (PLs & APLs) Yeoman Purser Bugler (Scribe) (Treasurer) (Bugler) Activity Chairs Boatswain’s Mate: Program Specialists Storekeeper [Coxswains] (Quartermaster)
    6. 6. Sea Scout Ranks Apprentice Seaman Ordinary Seaman Able Seaman Quartermaster
    7. 7. Apprentice Seaman • • • • • • • • Memorize Sea Scout Promise Get Uniform 16 Service Hours Tie 8 Knots & Heave Line Pass Swimmer Test Signal & Report Emergencies Customs & Courtesies Use of All Types of PFDs
    8. 8. Sea Scout Promise Ideals Guard Against Water Accidents Guard Against Water Accidents Know Where Life Saving Devices Know Where Life Saving Are & How to Use Them Devices Are & How to Use Them Render Aid to Those in Need Render Aid to Those in Need Protect People Under Their Care Protect People Under Their Care
    9. 9. Uniform Our uniform is part of Our survival gear
    10. 10. 16 Service Hours
    11. 11. 8 Knots Overhand Knot Square (Reefing) Knot Figure Eight Bowline Two Half-Hitches Clove Hitch Sheet Bend Cleat Hitch
    12. 12. Emergency Reporting
    13. 13. Customs & Courtesies Landship Customs & Courtesies Part of Bridges of Honor (Court of Honor)
    14. 14. Personal Flotation Devices (PFDs)
    15. 15. Ordinary Seaman • • • • • • • Tie 7 Additional Knots 16 More Service Hours 36-Hour Cruise Boating Safety Course Rules of the Road: Recreational Boats Swimming Merit Badge Vessel Safety Checks
    16. 16. Ordinary Seaman (Continued) • • • • • • • Radio Communication Emergency Drills Rope Characteristics & Handling Handle a Rowboat Boat Anatomy Anchoring & Preparing Ground Tackle Basic Navigation Elements – Time, Position, Orientation, Movement
    17. 17. Ordinary Seaman (Continued) • Master Basic Sailing • Engine Use & Routine Maintenance • Race Sailboats
    18. 18. 7 More Knots French Bowline Bowline on a Bight Timber Hitch Rolling Hitch Taut-Line Hitch Marlin Hitch Stevedore’s Knot
    19. 19. 36-Hour Cruise
    20. 20. Boating Safety Course
    21. 21. Rules of the Road: Rec Boats Maneuvering, Navigation Lights, Basic Rules
    22. 22. Swimming Merit Badge
    23. 23. Vessel Safety Checks Fire Extinguishers PFDs Navigation Lights Registration Distress Signals Sound Devices Etc Done each year, Usually before Long Cruise
    24. 24. Radio Communications Most important radio on West Point Lake is your mobile phone
    25. 25. Emergency Drills Man Overboard --- Fire --- Abandon Ship
    26. 26. Rope Characteristics & Handling
    27. 27. Rowboat Handling
    28. 28. Boat Anatomy 6 types of Sailboats Motor Boat
    29. 29. Anchoring & Ground Tackle
    30. 30. Basic Navigation Elements Speed, Time, & Distance TVMDC +W Lat / Long Orienteering on Steroids! Bearing 24-Hour Clock
    31. 31. Basic Sailing
    32. 32. Engine Use & Maintenance
    33. 33. Sailboat Racing
    34. 34. Able Seaman • • • • • • • Assemble & Use Block & Tackle Get into and out of Crowded Docks Lifesaving Merit Badge First Aid Cruise Planning & Execution 14 Nights of Cruising Flag Handling
    35. 35. Able Seaman (Continued) • • • • • • • Learn Aids to Navigation (ATONs) Rules of the Road: Big Boats Fire Control & Avoidance Boat Repairs Read Charts Race Sailboats Small Boat Proficiency
    36. 36. Block & Tackle
    37. 37. Docking & Mooring
    38. 38. Lifesaving Merit Badge
    39. 39. [Wilderness] First Aid
    40. 40. Cruising
    41. 41. Flag Handling
    42. 42. Aids to Navigation (ATONs)
    43. 43. Rules of the Road: Big Boats
    44. 44. Fire Control & Prevention
    45. 45. Water Navigation
    46. 46. Muscle Boat Proficiency: Kayak
    47. 47. Quartermaster • Teach Just About Everything • Lead 40-Hour Cruise w/ Flawless Drills or SEAL (Advanced Leadership Training) • Weather Forecasting & Handling • Quartermaster Leadership Project • BSA Lifeguard • Refurbish a Boat
    48. 48. SEAL
    49. 49. QM Leadership Service Project Nearly Identical to Old Eagle Scout Leadership Project Workbook
    50. 50. BSA Lifeguard
    51. 51. Boat Refurbishing
    52. 52. Ship 378 Motto If it ain’t fun, we ain’t doin’ it (unless we have to)

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