St.Paul's Bay Baden Powell Sea Scouts was founded in October 2015, following the initiative of Mr. Mario Cardona, ( at the time was a Scouter)
Mr. Victor Brincat is the current Group Scout Leader. Mr Brincat may be approached on telephone number 77495984:
The Scout Group meets every Wednesday at St Paul Local Council, with the courtesy of the current Mayor . Meetings commence at 18:30hrs and close off at 20:00hrs. The group accepts Scouts of all ages and welcomes different denominations.
The Group’s scarf is based on the colour blue which is considered to represent trust, peace, order and loyalty. Very significant fundamental aspects of traditional scouting. The scarf light blue represents the blue colour on the Coat of Arms of the Locality.
The Roman galley represents the shipwreck by Apostle Paul in 60 AD on his way to Rome to be tried as a rebel. St Paul's Bay according to tradition is the place were the ship was stranded on rocks during the storm. 248 passengers swam to the shore where. the Maltese tended to the survivors with a lot of kindness.