Britannia Scouts rowing a cutter

Sea Scouts and Venturers is for boys and girls aged 10 to 18. We have an active and varied programme which combines Wednesday evening meetings with activities most Sunday afternoons - especially in the summer.
As a Sea Scout Troop we frequently go both rowing and sailing in our boats both for fun and to train for local and national Scout Regattas. We use 27 ft Whaler, the 17 ft cutters and the 11 ft Sunburst Dinghies.
Our weekly programme is designed to support our activities, both on and off the water, as well as trying new activities, playing games and just having fun. We go camping and tramping as often as we can both to small camps in Watches or as a Troop and to large national camps such as Jamborees.
As Scouts learn and improve in the skills offered in our programme they are awarded badges to recognise this. The highest is the Chief Scout's Award. The requirements for this badge link directly to the badges earned at Venturers.
Britannia Sea Scouts currently has a waiting list for places. For more information about joining the Britannia Sea Scouts go to the Contact Us page. 
The Scout Promise The Scout Law
On my Honour
I promise to do my best
To develop my spiritual beliefs
To contribute to my community, country and world
To help other people
And live by the Scout Law
A Scout is loyal and trustworthy
A Scout is considerate and tolerant
A Scout is a friend to all
A Scout accepts challenges with courage
A Scout uses resources wisely
A Scout respects the environment
A Scout has self respect and is sincere
Meeting details for Britannia Scouts:
Wednesday evening 7-9pm,
Sunday afternoons 1-5pm
Britannia Sea Scout Hall is on Evans Bay Parade, among the boatsheds, 100m north of Evans Bay Yacht and Motor Boat Club.

Parents and families are encouraged to participate in Britannia activities.