Al and Sue Therrien preparing supper
for a Squadron meeting.
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"Boating is fun ... We'll show you how"
You have navigated to Beverly - Marblehead Sail & power Squadron's website. We hope you enjoy your visit and explore all of the links on the site. Find out about the Squadron and what we have to offer the boating enthusiast. Members can find the details of the next meeting or event and check out the educational opportunities.
Commander Jack Reed, AP
The United States Power Squadrons is a non profit, educational organization dedicated to making boating safer and more enjoyable by teaching classes in seamanship, navigation and related subjects. Each squadron's activities involve the three primary objectives of USPS: community service, continuing education, and enjoying the friendship and camaraderie of our fellow members. The Beverly - Marblehead Squadron is one of the 10 squadrons of District 12. The squadron was created in January 2015 through the merger of the Marblehead Sail and Power Squadron (founded April 1940) with the Beverly Sail and Power Squadron (established in 1948) and serves Beverly and Marblehead Massachusetts and the surrounding area.
Our Squadron Burgee depicts the Schooner Hannah, one of the first ships of the US Navy and commissioned in Beverly.
One of our main functions is to provide public classes in safe boating. Annually, we provide about five public boating classes in the Massachusetts North Shore.