Discover Sea Scouting in Summer at Seattle’s Lake Union Park, Saturday June 7th

Seattle, WA –     The three largest Sea Scout ships in the fleet run by the Chief Seattle Council of the Boy Scouts of America are heading for wharf in Seattle’s Lake Union Park this Saturday, June 7th, for their 2014 Spring Rendezvous.

Rain or shine, the ships, SSS Yankee Clipper, SSS Propeller, SSS Argo and the fleet’s smaller instructional and merit badge sailboats, will pull into the wharf at Seattle’s Lake Union Park on Saturday, June 7 at 11am. Sea Scouting is open to all young men and women from ages 14 to 21.


WHAT:     Chief Seattle Council Spring Sea Scout Rendezvous

WHERE:   Lake Union Park 860 Terry Ave N, Seattle 98109

WHEN:     Saturday, June 7, 2014 , 11am to 4pm

COST:       Free

Folks interested in learning more about just what kind of fun water Scouts have while they are learning about boats, sailing, navigation, and more are invited to stop by the Park from 11am to 4pm to tour the Ships, learn a few knots, participate in fun activities, and talk to Sea Scout youth and leaders about how to get involved.

For more information: contact the Skippers

SSS Yankee Clipper: Seattle
Skipper Steve Grassia (206) 855-8440,

SSS Propeller: Seattle
Skipper Al Bruce (253) 709-1148,

SSS Argo: Bellevue
Skipper Bill Rahr (425) 444-4803 or

Small Boat Fleet: Seattle
Vice Commodore Doug Mecham 541-961-5295,

About Chief Seattle Council Sea Scouts

Sea Scouts in the Chief Seattle Council provide a range of program opportunities for youth from 14-21 years old. Whether you are interested in Power Boating or Sailing, we welcome your participation. For information about Sea Scouting in the Chief Seattle Council visit us on the web at , or contact Doug Mitschke at the Seattle Council Headquarters at 206-902-2308 or via email at

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