Sea Base: Sea Exploring

Packing List

Climate: Mild or Coastal
Season: Winter
Duration: 5 Nights
Gender:

6 days living on a sail boat round tripping to Key West. Of course, there will be stops to snorkel, and lots of fishing opportunities.

Paperwork

_______  Completed Medical Exam Forms - Turn into trip leader prior to trip.
_______  Copy of Insurance Card - Photocopy of front and back of insurance card.
_______  Photo Identification - Government Issued showing proof of age.

Clothing

_______  Hat (Brim) - Wide brimmed best.
_______  Pants (Long)
_______  Pants (Short) - 1 or 2 pair
_______  Rain Gear - Lightweight.
_______  Shirt (Long Sleeve)
_______  Shirt (Short Sleeve, Wicking ) - Several. One Hawaiian style shirt for Luau is optional as well.
_______  Shoes (lightweight) - Non Marking soles.
_______  Socks - 2-3 Pair.
_______  Swim Suit - Trunks for boys, one piece for girls.
_______  Uniform - 1 set, Class A or B.

Gear

_______  Camera - Waterproof if possible. *
_______  Cup *
_______  Duffle Bag - Soft duffel bag. No suitcases or frame backpacks can be used.
_______  Hammock - (With Bug net) *
_______  Jacket/Fleece
_______  Pillow (Small)
_______  Sleeping Bag - Sheet & warm blanket will work as well.
_______  Sleeping Pad - Backpacking Type
_______  Snorkel Gear (Personal) *
_______  Sun Glasses - With Strap, Polarized are best.
_______  Towel (Large) - Pack 2.
_______  Water Bottle - Large mouth, with plastic clip.

Personal Items

_______  Bonine - For seasickness.
_______  Gold Bond Powder - To prevent Chafing *
_______  Insect Repellent
_______  Money - $75-$100 (Crew Photos $5.50 each) *
_______  Prescription Medications *
_______  Skin So Soft Lotion *
_______  Sunscreen - 16 oz, Non-Oily, SPF 30 or better.
_______  Tampons/sanitary napkins  (females only)  *
_______  Toilet Kit

* Optional Item

* Make sure you can successfully pass the BSA Swim Test.
* Make sure your name is on the crew roster your leader is going to send.

Do not bring: Walkman/MP3 player, Fireworks, Skateboards

Please check http://www.bsaseabase.org/adventure/seaex.html for the latest details.



Please Note:  This is only a recommended minimum set of equipment based on the past experiences of many individuals. We do not guarantee that it is all inclusive or appropriate for the activities you are planning. The trip leader, and common sense should always dictate the equipment you actually pack.
List generated on 10/22/2014 8:24:54 AM


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