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Sea Scout



a Scout belonging to any of a number of Scout troops whose main activities are canoeing, sailing, etc, and who wear sailors' caps as part of their uniform

sea′ scout`

(often caps.) a member of a scouting program that provides training in boating and other water activities.
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Noun1.Sea Scout - a Boy Scout enrolled in programs for water activities
Boy Scout - a boy who is a member of the Boy Scouts
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An event is being organised on Sunday by the Larnaca development initiative group (Opala) in cooperation with the municipality and the 23rd Sea scouts troop.
Renfrew Town Sea Scouts, based in ~Muir Street, received PS2,835 from the Tesco Bags of Help funding initiative.
THE 2nd Warwick Sea Scouts are in desperate need of a new hut - and have called upon the business community to raise funds.
They also discussed the needs of the Sea Scouts band at the Duraz Intermediate Boys' School.
take guard of honour from the contingents of parade battalions of Port Fire Service Department, Port Security Force Department, Port Civil Defence Department, Traffic Department, sports Department, Marine Apprentices (A and B) and Karachi sea scouts on the occasion.
The camp was attended by 250 youngsters from 1st Penmark, 1st Llantwit Major, 2nd/4th Barry, 5th Barry Sea Scouts and Beast Explorers, who all belong to Tir a Mor (Barry and Vale) Scout District.
Sea Scouts, our co-ed teenage youth program is all about getting youth in, on, around, and under the water, shared Keith Christopher, Council Services Department Manager of Sea Scouts Boating Safety Office.
Mollie, a member of 38th Dublin Rush Scouts, and Sean, from 6th Wexford Sea Scouts, are on holiday with their families.
The locally-based charities and campaigns nominated by staff are: Alex's Angels (Teenage Cancer Trust), If U Care Share Foundation, Maggie's Newcastle, Patchwork Project and Percy Hedley Foundation; April Karmazyn-Wall, Daft as a Brush, Gateshead Portage Service, Gibside School, Crohn's & Colitis UK (Durham & Wearside), Dudley United Football Club, Gosforth Sea Scouts, 1st Hexham Scouts, St Cuthbert's Hospice and Sea Cadets Newcastle East.
Also honoured were Foster Burt, for voluntary work with the Buffalo Community Centre, and Neville Greenwood, of Blyth Sea Scouts.
David Child, Black Beaver, said: "It focuses the Beavers' minds in that we are a Sea Scouts group so working with RNLI works both ways.
Teenage Sea Scouts used their canoes to rescue householders because firefighters were busy elsewhere.