Scouts BSA

While visiting the Wisconsin Maritime Museum and touring USS Cobia, Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts have the opportunity to cover some requirements for several adventure loops and merit badges. Most of these requirements are not covered by a specific program but can be completed on your own during your visit. 

Cub Scout Elective Adventures

Tigers: Floats & Boats

Learn about boats and water safety.

Wolf: Collections & Hobbies

3a. Visit a show or museum that displays different collections or models.

Wolf: Spirit of the Water

Learn about water pollution and conservation and water safety when boating.

Bears: A Bear Goes Fishing

Learn about local fish and their habitats and fishing tools and regulations.

Bears: Super Science

Explore static electricity, what makes objects sink or float, and colors.

Boy Scout Merit Badges

Signs, Signals, & Codes

Learn the meanings of nautical signal flags, how to spell your name using semaphore, write in Morse Code, and decrypt cipher codes! This program covers the following requirements: 1, 3a, 4, 6a, 8 & 10. We have Morse Code machines, semaphore flags, and nautical flags for hands-on learning. To request this program, email kduvalle@wisconsinmaritime.org

Merit Badge Counselor available upon request.

American Heritage

4d. Take an active part in a program about an event or person in American history. Report to your counselor about the program, the part you took, and the subject.

USS Cobia is a memorial to the men and women who built 28 submarines in Manitowoc during World War II as well as the brave men who served on them. You can check this one off just by participating in the Overnight Program!

Citizenship in the Nation

2a. Visit a place that is listed as a National Historic Landmark or that is on the National Register of Historic Places. Tell your counselor what you learned about the landmark or site and what you found interesting about it. 

USS Cobia was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1986 and is a memorial to the men and women who built 28 submarines in Manitowoc during World War II and the brave men who served on them.

Geocaching

We have five GPS units that can be borrowed from our front desk. You can explore any of the ten maritime history caches that have been left in Manitowoc and Two Rivers and see special places in local maritime history while you search.

To fulfill this requirement, you will need to set up a free user account with www.geocaching.com. Ask your parent for permission and help before you do so.

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