Ship 72 Skipper Dean Skiff says:
These periodic posts are made to keep Ship 72 members, parents, and interested folks informed as to our activities and our plans.
I welcome positive feedback.
of NAUSET SEA SCOUT SHIP 72,|
was a very productive morning. Scoop II
towed the MON COCHRAN out of Areys
Pond to the mouth of the Namequoit River
where ten scouts took part in new experiences.
On a beautiful day they rowed and sailed.
We now have 10 out of 15 scouts who have
personally tacked while at the tiller
of a 20 sail boat and have been
part of a crew rowing a 26 surfboat.
This is major because now when we teach
/ share, the teens can relate to what,
how, when and why when covering material. (Please
click here to see the scouts in
Ships leaders and our sponsor, the
Nauset Rotary Club of Orleans have a good
challenge at hand. We have more scouts
(8 males and 7 females) than my Rhodes
19 can carry. If anyone knows of anyone
who would care to donate a boat, trailer,
motor or dingy, please contact me. The
last time I checked, donors are allowed
to deduct 50% of the value of the donation.
We have an immediate need for a dingy
to leave at the mooring when using the
boat. It is a long swim for the poor old
Skipper, even though he is an authentic
school is out, many of the scouts expressed
a desire to take advantage of the daytime
while it is still an option.
a LOOKOUT for our next adventure. Feel
free to call your Boatswain Carrine Putnam
at 508-255-5226 for any ideas.
Nauset Sea Scouts,