2nd Warwick Sea Scouts

Celebrating 60 years

Who Are We?

2nd Warwick Sea Scout Group is a large Scout group based in St Nicholas Park, Warwick, established in 1959. We offer Scouting to children aged from 6 to 18 years old. Our Group is split into four sections: Beavers 6-8 years, Cubs 8-10.5 years, Scouts 10.5-14 years and Explorers 14-18 years.

What do we get up to?

Being a Sea Scout Group we undertake all of the activities you would expect from land-based Scouts, from lighting fires and camping, to hiking and survival skills, but with the addition of sailing, rowing, kayaking, canoeing, powerboating, and much more. The Scout troops and the Explorer unit do the most boating but the other sections get taster sessions during the summer term.

We try to offer activities that challenge our members and help them grow into independent young adults with resilience, teamwork and leadership qualities they can look back on with pride.

We are an RN recognised group, Number 14, which means we are inspected every 18 months to ensure we meet the requirements set down by the Royal Navy. It has many benefits - find out more.

‘2nd Warwick Sea Scouts have maintained their status amongst the best of Royal Navy Recognised Sea Scout Groups in the country and for Scouting programme and achievements alone are probably the best’

Royal Navy Inspection Team

As we approach our 60th anniversary our 'Building a Future' projects aims to deliver what we need for the next 60 years and beyond. HRH The Duke of Kent opened our new jetties and boatyard in 2018 Read more about our royal visit here. We are aiming to start building our new HQ in 2019, but need to raise the final funds to make it happen this year.


Our Revised Calendar for 2020 is here

Put your phone down and what are you left with? Just teamwork, courage and the skills to succeed.’

Bear Grylls, Chief Scout