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    Quote Originally Posted by vmartel08 View Post
    We are now prepping for the last deployment for 2011-2012. Cadets from BC and Prairies are arriving on Saturday.

    For the ones that read this, make sure you bring at least 2 work dress shirts, as all week is spent wearing the Sea Training Uniform (STU) (see para 15 of the joining instr). And bring both layers of your Sea Cadet parka. A second pair of slip-ons might be handy too.
    Good to know, sir. is their any point to bringing many pairs of civvies?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Teh_Jackson View Post
    Good to know, sir. is their any point to bringing many pairs of civvies?
    I would say not more than two sets. Space is limited on board the PCT and lockers are small. All personnel and trainees are allowed to wear civies after training hours (usually around 2000 every day).

    There is a washing machine, a dryer and some soap available on board.

    Cadets engineers must bring appropriate safety boots. Coveralls will be available on board as well for them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vmartel08 View Post
    I would say not more than two sets. Space is limited on board the PCT and lockers are small. All personnel and trainees are allowed to wear civies after training hours (usually around 2000 every day).

    There is a washing machine, a dryer and some soap available on board.

    Cadets engineers must bring appropriate safety boots. Coveralls will be available on board as well for them.
    Thanks sir, I'll adjust my kit accordingly.

    Anything cadet boatswains should bring? That's the position I was offered
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    In that case, bring good seamanship and common sense
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    This thread has been awfully quiet (since Lt(N) Hillsden's departure, I presume...) so I figure I would post the updated Joining Instructions for the Sea Cadet Seamanship Deployments.

    SCSD Joining Instr Feb13.pdf

    SCSD 1203 is from March 3 - 9 (Central & Pacific Regions)
    SCSD 1204 is from March 10 - 16 (Atlantic Region cadets)

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    Quote Originally Posted by vmartel08 View Post
    This thread has been awfully quiet (since Lt(N) Hillsden's departure, I presume...) so I figure I would post the updated Joining Instructions for the Sea Cadet Seamanship Deployments.

    SCSD Joining Instr Feb13.pdf

    SCSD 1203 is from March 3 - 9 (Central & Pacific Regions)
    SCSD 1204 is from March 10 - 16 (Atlantic Region cadets)

    Cheers,
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    To prevent tagging...

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    Because unfortunately, some cadets feel it is necessary to leave their "mark" ie: Cadet Bloggins SCSD 2013 on their locker or some part of the ship. The Navy use the PCTs and we want to keep using them so we use every precaution to prevent Graffiti from appearing.
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    Does this incudled the Coast Guard delempponet
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshua2597 View Post
    Does this incudled the Coast Guard delempponet
    The posted Joining Instructions are for the specific Seamanship Deployments only. The Coast Guard Deployments have their own Joining Instructions.


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    Quote Originally Posted by J Hillsden View Post
    The posted Joining Instructions are for the specific Seamanship Deployments only. The Coast Guard Deployments have their own Joining Instructions.
    Has those one been posted yet?
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  14. #92
    Quote Originally Posted by Joshua2597 View Post
    Has those one been posted yet?
    Not on CW. Since that deployment affects only a small number of cadets I would expect Joining Instructions would be sent only to those individuals that are selected to attend.


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    RCSCC Trillium is sending one cadet PO2 female on the deployment and a staff cadet male marine engineer. So excited and very proud of both of them. Have a great trip guys we will be tracking your trip and look forward to seeing lots of pics on your return
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    The Seamanship Depolyment I have a few question as I might apply it for this year.


    What options are there? I know Tall Ship, where do you go. How long.

    Sorry I never got info on this. Only the CGGD
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