Sea Scout Bronze Award
Ranger, Quest, and TRUST Awards with cross-references for related Venturing Awards.
|Sea Scout Bronze Award|
Requirements for Sea Scout Bronze Award are the same as for Sea Scout Ordinary rank.
After completion of a bronze award, a medal is awarded at a crew recognition ceremony (similar to a Boy Scout Court of Honor), with a miniature device that pins to the medal and a bar that is worn above the left pocket of the uniform for daily wear.
The photo to the right shows the:
- Venturing Bronze Award medal with the Sea Scout Bronze Award miniature device pin.
- The Sea Scout Bronze Award ribbon device worn above the left pocket of the uniform for daily wear.
Venturers may also earn:
- Sports Bronze Award
- Religious and Community Life Bronze Award
- Arts and Hobbies Bronze Award
- Outdoor Bronze Award
- Sea Scout Bronze Award
- Expert-level awards
In addition, four of the five bronze awards fulfill partial requirements for Venturers continuing on and earning expert-level awards:
- The Sports Bronze Award requirements are part of the Quest Award.
- The Religious and Community Life Bronze Award part of the TRUST Award.
- The Outdoor Bronze Award part of the Ranger Award.
- The Sea Scout Bronze Award is a duplicate of the Sea Scout Ordinary rank requirements, and is necessary on the trail to earning the Quartermaster Award.
- Aquatic Awards Links
- Boy Scout Merit Badges: Canoeing - Kayaking - Lifesaving - Motorboating - Rowing - Scuba Diving - Small-Boat Sailing - Swimming - Water Sports - Whitewater
- Boy Scouts ranks and awards: Second Class - First Class - BSA Lifeguard - Boardsailing BSA - Kayaking BSA - Mile Swim BSA - Scuba BSA - Snorkeling BSA - BSA Swim Test
- Venturing: Ranger Award electives: Lifesaving - Scuba - Watercraft; Sea Scout Bronze Award - Sea Scout Ranks: Apprentice - Ordinary - Able - Quartermaster
- Webelos Activity Badge: Aquanaut
- Cub Scout Belt Loops & Pins: Cub Scout Swimming