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Scout information:

Minimum of 25 scouts or youth group members. Maximum of 56 (including chaperones).

Children under age 6 are not permitted aboard the boat for their own safety.

One supervising adult is required for every 10 children.

Registration with other troops is encouraged!

Cost information:

Ultimate Day Adventure:
Rocky intertidal zone program:
*$30 per scout
*$25 per chaperone

Oceanographic Cruise program:
*$60 per scout
*$55 per chaperone

Ultimate Ocean Adventure Overnight, (includes oceanographic cruise OR rocky intertidal program):
*$110 per scout
*$100 per chaperone


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The Ultimate Ocean Adventure Program!

Ultimate Day Adventure
Be a marine scientist for a day!
Program includes:

* an introduction to oceanography and Long Island Sound marine environments.
* hands-on experiments of temperature, salinity, density and pH of water
* guided exploration of rocky intertidal zones
OR oceanographic research cruise on board the Enviro-lab, (for ages 6+)
* lunch, use of laboratory equipment, oceanographic equipment and nets
*Project Oceanology patch to take home with you

Ultimate Overnight Adventure!
Sleep over in Project Oceanology's waterfront hostel the night before or after! Evening activities include dinner, an orientation of Project Oceanology and laboratory program.

Check in time 6:00 p.m.

Participants must bring their own sleeping bag, pillow and towel. Fee includes meals, overnight accommodations in our bunk rooms, shower facilities and Ultimate Day - either oceanographic or rocky intertidal Adventure program.










Please note: We discourage cell phones or other electronic devices during our programs.

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