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Leaders Uniform

The leaders uniform is similar to that worn by explorer Sea Scouts and all other adult members associated with a Sea Scout Group. It is near identicle for male and female members.


The uniform itself

The male cap is that as worn by Royal Naval officers whereas Tricorns are worn only by female leaders. Both male and female members also have the option of wearing navy blue Berets. All the above headwear must bear the Scout Association cap badge.

The shirt is a blue cotton/ polyester garment with a single breast pocket on the left. The old syle had button down breast pockets on one or both sides for female or male members respectively. An RN style roundneck jersey may also be worn over the top and the 64th Sea Scout leaders accompany this with a set of custom made epaulettes.

This is accompanied by the wearing of black or navy blue trousers for male members and either black or navy blue trousers or long skirts for female members. Ideally these should be secured using the official Scout Association belt and belt buckle. The uniform shown above also includes a Bo'suns Call and lanyard but such additions are not compulsory.

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