Coronavirus: Sea Cadets activity suspended

Unit parade nights are cancelled until further notice, and cadets are beginning to meet virtually with their units.

If you are looking to join Sea Cadets please use our unit finder to contact your nearest unit, they will respond directly. For more information on the charity’s response to Covid-19 please visit the link below.

Covid-19 update

My Legasea

We have spoken to 3,000 former sea cadets, putting together a picture of the impact the charity has had over multiple generations.   

We've now closed the survey and have a dedicated researcher working on the findings, but there are still ways you can be involved with Sea Cadets. If you're an ex-sea cadet why not follow our alumni Facebook page to see up with all the latest news from the charity. 

If you want to share your story you still can. Email and we'll be in touch. 

Studying our impact

Sea Cadets is working with three external academics from Durham University and Goldsmith College, University of London. Using the data from your answers below they will put together a statistical analysis account of Sea Cadets’ impact throughout the decades.

This will be further backed up by anecdotal evidence, together painting a picture of the impact Sea Cadets has had across multiple generations. 

The report will include interviews with former cadets of all ages, in both written and video format.  This will provide invaluable fundraising and communications material. 

Catching up with Sea Cadets 

If you haven't been in contact with Sea Cadets for a while you maybe wondering what the charity is like now. 

At Sea Cadets you’ll see teenagers who cycle miles to us because they can’t afford the bus fare, greeting their friend dropped off in a new car, and young people of all races and religions, of all abilities, chatting together, striving together, and cheering each other on.

But the world is also changing in tough ways. And too many young people are going into an adult world under-equipped with the resilience, self-belief and social confidence they need to make a decent life for themselves. Sea Cadets has the skills to change this.

More than a youth club

Many teenagers arrive at Sea Cadets excited at the prospect of all the adventures and activities they can have with us. And they’re brilliant fun. But quickly they see the depth of what they can gain here for their future and they grab it with both hands!

A future

You can literally see the difference Sea Cadets can make. In how they hold themselves, welcome new people, and support each other. How they listen better in school, aren’t offended by constructive feedback, and get on with teachers. 

Check out what Sea Cadets is like now, watch the videos below 

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