USS Constellation is a sloop-of-war, the last sail-only warship designed and built by the United States Navy in 1854. Now a museum ship in the Baltimore Inner Harbor, she will be the site of our Spring “Campout.”
Scouts become Landsmen, USS Constellation’s newest crew members. Overnight recruits “learn the ropes” and quickly develop both a working nautical vocabulary and a familiarity with the basics of life aboard a man-of-war including Civil War-era dining, hands-on activities, and the navy hammock.
There is a $60 fee per person (adult or child) for this activity. It can be paid by check or credit card in-person, or online. Paying the fee will hold your spot. Two meals are included.
The Constellation holds 60 people. If we get enough sign-ups we will also try to reserve an overnighter on the World War II submarine USS Torsk. This would be good for Webelos who’ve already done the Constellation overnighter.
We will need permission slips (for scouts) and health forms (for all participants) for this activity. If you attended the Fall Campout in Calvert Cliffs your health forms are still valid.