What are we…….
The Pamlico Sail & Power Squadron (PSPS) is a unit of the United States Power Squadrons® (USPS) organization, the premier provider of quality boating education in the United States, providing exceptional opportunities for members.
PSPS was founded in 2000 and further promotes the United States Power Squadrons® mission. PSPS Members are boating-oriented families who want to contribute to their communities by promoting safe boating and enjoying friendship and camaraderie among fellow boaters and members.
Why become a USPS/PSPS Member….
"Are you looking for a complete boating education program to strengthen or refresh you on the latest boating knowledge and skills?” From cruise planning to weather, piloting to electronics or engine maintenance, sailing to junior and senior navigation,programs offered by PSPS cover them all!
Safety is paramount within the squadron. PSPS performs free, courtesy Vessel Safety Checks throughout the boating season for our members and the boating public. This is the same vessel check that the Coast Guard uses when they stop and inspect boats. You will gain recommendations from our experts to make you a safer boater and a VSC Decal to display on your boat. Think about becoming a Vessel Safety Examiner yourself!
But there is so much more to being a member, here are a few more:
County Maritime Education Program, National Safe Boating Week and Vessel Safety Check.
boating discounts as well as big discounts on Microsoft Software and other benefits beyond boating related expenses. USPS continues to add more nationally available savings. Review the USPS Benefits of Membership for more details.
USPS/PSPS Membership Fees
The local squadron portion of the annual fees are spent locally for educational and boating safety purposes.
One Time Initial
Total First Year
Individual Member w/Family
All in all, Pamlico Sail & Power Squadron is a great place to experience the full benefits of safe boating! “Why don't you join us?" Simply print the and contact our Membership Chair, Suson Duclos at 252-322-5610 or email .
| Sue Duclos