100th Anniversary Logo
      USPS Triangle

Welcome to the Milwaukee Sail and
Power Squadron

Established in 1939 the members of the Milwaukee Sail and Power Squadron, a unit of the United States Power Squadrons®, have been serving boaters in the southeastern Wisconsin area with information, activities, and educational classes that encompass all aspects of the boating life style. Seminars on topics ranging from chart reading, and GPS usage, to large boat maneuvering. Classes on coastal and celestial navigation, and workshops on topics from marine electronics to engine maintenance, are just a few of the offerings we provide. MSPS Photo
So if you are just beginning your boating adventures and want to know where all those nautical terms originated, or a seasoned veteran who wants to have more information on the latest technology we have something for you.


Membership Meeting

When: Wednesday January 27, 2016
Where: SSYC (South Shore Yacht Club)
Executive Committee Meeting: 5:00 PM
Dinner: 5:30 - 6:45
Spaghetti Dinner hosted by SSYC Juniors
Program:7:00 PM History of the Development of Milwaukee's South Side


America's Boating Courses

Where: Wisconsin State Fair Park at The Milwaukee Boat Show
           640 S 84th Street
           West Allis, WI 53214
Time: January 23rd 8:00AM to 5:00PM
More Information: Click Here

And At

Where: Franklin High School 2 Morning Course
           8222 S 51st Street
           Franklin, WI 53132
Time: May 14th and 21st Must Attend Both Days
More Information: Click Here


!New Seminars Added!

Where: South Shore Yacht Club 2nd Floor
           2300 East Nock Street
           Milwaukee (BayView) Milwaukee, WI 53207
Time: Thursday Evenings in February and March All Seminars Start at 6:30 PM and are 2 hours long
Cost: Price Varies by Topic - Advance Registration Required
More Information: Click Here


Sea Tow Automated Radio Check

Brought to you courtesy of the Milwaukee Sail & Power Squadron

Sea Tow Automated Radio Checks
Checking your radio to ensure it is working should be done every time you go out boating! Now you can do it yourself in Milwaukee on VHF Channel 27 with Sea Tow’s Automated Radio Check Service. Located at University Of Wisconsin, School of Fresh Water Sciences, it's easy to use and reduces the volume of non-urgent communications traffic on VHF channel 16, the international hailing and distress channel. Click on the image for more details.

Latest News

Check HERE for our latest newsletter. Click HERE for more course information.


USPS Membership Benefits Find Us on Facebook