Definition of Sea Scout in US English:

Sea Scout


  • A participant in a program to train Explorer Scouts in seamanship.

    • ‘The man repairing the drum must have been a Sea Scout because he is jury-rigging the problem with his Leatherman pocket tool.’
    • ‘The Sea Scouts have a fleet of dinghies but this will mean I can practise in my spare time.’
    • ‘‘I still think about it,’ says May, who began boating in the Los Angeles area as a teenager in Sea Scouts.’
    • ‘Five American Sea Scouts teamed up with six British scouts on a week-long canal boat cruise outside of Birmingham, England.’
    • ‘I know, because I spent almost 10 years as a Sea Scout, and have seen from where it comes and to where it goes.’


Sea Scout

/ˈsē ˌskout/