Welcome to the cyber home of Sea Scout Ship 110 sailing out of
Captain's Cove in
Bridgeport Connecticut. If you are between the ages of 14 and 21
are interested in boating, we'd like to invite you to one of our meetings.
Give me a call on the phone or drop me an email for more information.
If you are an adult and would like to support Ship 110 in some way,
please contact us--we need you! Enjoy our website!
Briefly summarizing Sea Scouting. Sea Scouting is a branch of the Boy Scouts of America. The main difference though is that we are co-ed (allow boys and girls). You can be a member at any age past fourteen and you don't have to be a Boy Scout to be a Sea Scout. We take trips that usually involve the sea, but we also take trips that don't, like hiking, camping, and skiing.
But as a picture is worth a thousand words..... This is Ship 110's photo gallery. The hundreds of photos show the work and the play of Sea Scouting through a typical season.
NOTE: The pbase photo galleries allow images to be viewed in several resolutions. Once an image is selected, at the bottom of the image one can select small, medium, large or Original.
Large is about 800x600 and the F707 galleries have 2560x1920 originals. Once a size is selected that size is set as the default size for viewing.
A recent sail, Crew and guests race on the evening of Sept 10, 2003
The GAM at Captain's Cove, June 9, 2003
Spring Launch, May 24, 2003
Ship110 Open House, April 2, 2003
Sea Scouts make ready for the coming sailing season.
With one week to launch Sea Scouts do final hull prep.
THE OPSAIL 2000 Photo Gallery Index, July 2000 341 Pics
THE Tsunami Gam Photo Gallery Index, June 2000 499 Pics
THE BIG Photo Gallery Index..... > 318 PICS -
THE Sea Witch Gam Monster Photo Gallery Index..... 617 PICS
THE Survival Gam at Sheffield Island,
Little Photo Gallery Index..... 381 PICS
A Visit to Captain's Cove by Sea Scout Ship 272, ... 25 PICS
The First Annual HOLMGANG Race ... 151 PICS
With an additional 98 PICS of Sailing on Sloop Cygnux.
Sea Scouting is a fun and rewarding adventure. If you would like to come on down, You can contact, Skipper Tom Morrison (203) 938-3754 or First Mate Tom Watson by calling (203) 268-6728 or drop Tom or I an email by clicking below.