• SHALLOTTE RIVER SAIL AND POWER SQUADRON

    A Unit of the United States Power Squadrons ®












  • COME FOR THE BOATING EDUCATION...

    STAY FOR THE FRIENDS.®

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Power Squadron



Our focus is on
Social Fun Safe
Boating for members of our Squadron

Friends and Family
Boating Education
Vessel Safety Checks
Shallotte River Sail and Power Squadron

  • The Shallotte River Sail & Power Squadron is a unit of the United States Power Squadrons®. Our squadron is one of 16 in District 2 of the national organization. We welcome you to find out more about us on this site! "Come for the Boating Education ... Stay for the Friends".

    - Commander Sarah McCurry, AP
  • The Shallotte River Sail and Power Squadron, located along the coast of North Carolina in Brunswick County, is a unit of the United States Power Squadrons ® (USPS). USPS has about 40,000 members organized into over 400 squadrons throughout the United States and some of its territories. USPS is a non-profit boating organization and the world's largest private boating organization. .

    - LT/C John Crichton
  • Participating both on-the-water and off with fellow members who are skilled in boating is a rewarding and enjoyable experience. On-the-water activities include cruises, rendezvous, sail races, navigation contests and even fishing derbies. Activities ashore include meetings with marine programs, parties, dinner-dances, picnics and field trips.

    - LT/C Robert Scott
  • We took a boating course when we moved to a the beach -we joined the United States Power Squadrons because of the amount of local knowledge, the number of members that enjoyed sharing that knowledge.
    There are other organizations but this one welcomed everyone -income, educational background, career-none of that was important -all that matters is the love of boating and working together to make a better boating experience for the community.".

    - Mary Crichton, Member
  • When our 12 year old Son wanted to take our small boat out by himself I told him he needed to take the United States Power Squadron’s Safe Boating Class and I took it with him. At the end of the class, I was invited to join the local Power Squadron and we both did. My son passed the course and I am confident that he will be a safe Skipper.

    - John Crichton, Member