Sea Base 2018

Update: Seabase Crew

All,

Sorry for the delay in getting back to everyone.
We have established the crew, contingent on some scheduling for one of the adults.  We did not have enough interest to form two crews, and there were very limited opportunities for two crews on the same 2018 dates.
Our next meeting will be next Tuesday, 1/9 briefly at 6:00 pm, just prior to the troop meeting, at Bethlehem Lutheran.
The expectation will be for each person to provide a non-refundable deposit of $100 to commit to the trip ( bring a check).  We will still need to lock in which date in June we will register for, so please come familiar with your June 2018 calendar an plans.
I will provide a schedule of preparation activities, payments and other steps we need to take to make this trip awesome.
Here is the crew:
Scouts – 
Nick W.
Nick K.
Joe D.
John F.
Jacob O.
Max V.
Adults –
David Walters
Larry Odebrecht or Jim Knutson
If any crew member above cannot commit to the trip by 1/9, we will open the spot up to others who showed interest.
Please email, text or call with questions.
David Walters
Sea Base 2018

Sea Base

Scouts and Scouters,

After many years of promising to organize a trip to seabase, I’ve finally gotten off my kiester and am ready to inform and explore interest in this high-adventure.

We will meet on Saturday, December 16 at 1 pm in the Bayport Library. I’ve yet to reserve the room, so watch for a follow up email to confirm the meeting location and time.

There are a couple of deadlines looming, so we will need to gauge interest, form crews, create an account, and be ready to submit for a 2019 adventure by Jan 23, 2018.

Another option would be to register for any remaining open adventures in 2018. I’ll bring information on what is available.

In this first meeting we will review the available 2018 and 2019 adventures and take a poll on what scouts and adults are interested in going.

I’m sure many of you are asking about timing and cost.

Most adventures range from 5 – 7 days and take place in the Florida Keys, Bahamas, St. Croix or St. Thomas. All adventures are open over the summer months and some over spring break and in the fall.

Cost can range from $1,600 to over $2,500 per person, all in (accommodations, food, travel, gear) accept your own spending money, which should be minimal.

There is good information on the 2019 brochure found here: http://www.bsaseabase.org/filestore/seabase/pdf/2019/2019FSBBrochure.pdf

I will need some help with getting all the steps completed by Jan 23, so please come ready to volunteer if your interested in going (or even if your not).

Here’s some photo’s from our last time down: https://photos.app.goo.gl/bdewiUUiG6x4JmY32

Here’s some links on youtube of other troops adventures. It’s worth a peek to get stoked about this.

Sea Base Coral Reef Adventure – April 2017 – Troop 100 CT HD
Sea Base 2017: Out Island

Sea Base 2018

Sea Base

All,

We have the start of one Crew based on meeting attendance and those who expressed interest via email.

The consensus of those in attendance was to seek a 2018 Adventure, which left us with a limited selection but there are currently a couple of options in June that would be feasible.

The two adventure options are:
Keys adventure
Monday, June 4 2018
Keys Adventure C
Tuesday, June 26 2018
Keys Adventure C

Out island adventure
Thursday, June 7 2018
Out Island Adventure A

Out Island Adventure F

Sunday, June 17 2018
Out Island Adventure A

Sunday, July 1 2018
Out Island Adventure E

Since we will need to move fast to secure one of these options, we will be meeting briefly Tuesday, 12/20 to discuss which option and what the next steps will be to get moving on them.

The interested people currently consists of the following scouts and adults:

Scouts –
Nick W.
Nick K.
Joe D.
John F.
Jacob O.

Adults:
David Walters
Jim Knutson
Larry Odebrecht
Peggy Franklin
Steve Franklin

Both of the options have a limited crew size of 8. I’ll confirm with the troop council on the best way to arrive at the crew selection and ensure that we will be able to maintain the appropriate adult to scouts ratio’s.

Thank you,

David Walters