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Mission Statement

The SCC is a nationwide voluntary youth organisation; open
to young people aged 10 to 18. Junior Sea Cadet sections, where locally established, are open to young people aged 10 to 12 years of age. Those aged from 13 to 18 may also join Royal Marines Cadet Detachments (RMCD), where established within Sea Cadet units, as Royal Marines Cadets.

The Corps welcomes young people and adults of all abilities, within the bounds of safety to themselves and others, and actively seeks to widen the diversity of its membership. It is affiliated to the National Council for Voluntary Youth Services (NCVYS), the major representative body for United Kingdom youth organisations and is represented by NCVYS on the Council of the National Youth Agency.


The aim of the Sea Cadet Corps (SCC) is to give young people the best possible head start in life through nautical adventure and fun.

The ethos and traditions of the Royal Navy are in the heart of the Sea Cadets and we will be guided by the following values:

a. Respect. To appreciate and to be considerate to others. b. Loyalty. To be faithful to all those who invest in me.
c. Self-discipline. To do what I must.
d. Commitment. To do what I say I will.

e. Honesty and Integrity. To tell the truth and be a good person.

Units of the SCC are formed solely by volunteers in local communities. Each unit is a self-supporting, local youth organisation and an independent charity. It becomes a part of the SCC by virtue of its affiliation to the MSSC, the parent body of the SCC. In accepting this affiliation the unit undertakes to comply with all regulations issued by, or on behalf of, the MSSC Council. Each unit consists of a Unit Management Committee (UMC) whose members are the unit charity trustees, instructional staff and a body of Sea Cadets. Ideally it will also include a Parents’ & Supporters’ Association (P&SA). In certain circumstances the inclusion of a RMCD in the Sea Cadet unit will be authorised and the addition of a Junior Sea Cadet section may also be approved



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