call (253) 572-2666
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820 East D Street, Tacoma, Washington 98421
Charles N. Curtis
Tacoma Sea Scout Ship 110
A program of the Pacific Harbors Council Boy Scouts of America
…and then there’s boat parades, Rendezvous, dinners, flag ceremonies, maritime festivals, service projects and more. With things to do twelve months out of the year you’ll never be bored.
The “small boats” consist of kayaks, Walker Bay sail boats, skiffs, motor life boats, and a “whale boat.”
The Charles N. Curtis is a 78 foot wooden ship powered by twin 671 Detroit Diesel engines. Her crew, consisting of youth 14 to 21 years old, operate and maintain the engines, steer and navigate the ship and crew the deck.
Besides regular day cruises and overnight cruises to ports around the South Sound, the Curtis makes an annual, week long, “long cruise” up through the San Juan Islands and over into Canada.
Then what are you waiting for?
Want to make friends that will last a lifetime, go places most people don't even know exist and have experiences you'll tell your grandkids about?
Already love boating and want to explore new places, have new adventures and develop your sailing skills?
Ever look out at the water and wish you were sailing across the waves headed for an isolated island or a distant port or just cruising around for the fun of it?