Our Vision for the Future

Looking to our 60th Anniversary

We have an ambitious vision for the future to enable the group to build on its successes, whilst enabling growth so that it can open its doors to more youngsters and better support our local community.

The best Sea Scouting experience

Continue to be one of the top Royal Navy Sea Scouts Groups in the country

Strong and inspirational leadership

Smaller group sizes for Beavers and Cubs

50% girls and boys across the Group

Available to more youngsters

Increase in the number of kids who can join by at least 25 every year

Additional Beaver & Cub Groups (smaller section sizes/choice of nights)

Enlarged Scouts and Explorer Groups

Facilities accessible to all

While supporting the local community

Sea Scouting experiences for other Scout and local community groups

Recognised Royal Yachting Association (RYA) Training Centre

Community partnerships


What we need to build a future

To deliver our vision for the future, we need to invest in our people and premises whilst further developing our links with the local community. We urgently need facilities that can enable 21st century Sea Scouting.

The best Sea Scouting experience

Invest in our leadership and training

Increase our leadership team by 15

Recruit 5 new leaders every year

Available to more youngsters

Build a larger meeting place

Establish a second Beaver and Cub pack

Run enlarged Scouts and Explorer Groups

Run two Groups on the same night

While supporting the local community

Develop a ‘community’ leadership team

Appoint a Royal Yachting Association leader

Establish partnerships with local community groups