PARTNERSHIPS Current Partners Royal Navy Powerboating Courses for Adult Volunteers Scouting depends on our Adult Volunteers, and the Royal Navy are dedicated to empowering our volunteers to pass on expertise to our youth members. For this reason, they have opened up 2017 Powerboating Courses in Saltash, Cornwall, with two spots on each. To apply, please fill out and submit this form. Sea Cadet Activity Weeks for Scouts, Explorers and Adult Volunteers For our Youth Member, the Navy have also negotiated spots on weeks away at the Sea Cadet Training Centre in Weymouth. There are 24 Male and 24 Female spots on each for Scouts, and 12 spots for Leaders to accompany them. These are offered at a heavily reduced price - so please learn more and submit your application for places with this form. The Royal Navy have supported The Scout Association for many years, and in 2017 we have the pleasure of introducing the Royal Navy as our partner for the Time on the Water Staged Badge. How to Earn your Badge You can collect Time on Water staged badges when you take part in any of these activities: Kayaking Canoeing Sailing Windsurfing Power boating Kite boarding Surfing Yachting Motor cruising Narrow boating Pulling or rowing White water rafting Traditional rafting Paddle boarding. For Beavers, each session should last about one hour, for Cubs, 1-2 hours, and for Scouts and Explorers each session should last about 2-3 hours. And as you complete the following number of activities, you can gain a badge: 1, 2, 5, 10, 15, 20, 35, 50 ! You must be properly dressed and equipped for your activity and the weather conditions. Your leader will also need to make sure you’re following the activity rules in chapter nine of the Policy and Organisation Rules and the Activity Permit Scheme. Find out more about the Royal Navy here.