Phase 1 Training Resources
Are you hearing odd words all through out the ship? Well that is because the Navy has its own language called "Jack Speak" or as we in Sea Cadets call it "Naval Terminology". It is something you will learn in Phase 1 and over time. However click on the sailor to find an online dictionary for these odd words and you can get a head start.
Need Help With Your Uniform?
Click here for Uniform How to Pictures & Videos
Click the above link to check out the Pictures and Videos that can help you with making sure your uniform meets the standard expected as a Sea Cadet aboard NELSON.
The fleet of the Royal Canadian Navy consists of the surface warships, submarines and auxiliary vessels operated by the Royal Canadian Navy, the maritime component of the Canadian Armed Forces. The current fleet consists of 66 vessels, including 34 commissioned vessels. Commissioned vessels carry the designation 'Her Majesty's Canadian Ship' (HMCS) in reference to the monarch and head of state of Canada. Auxiliary vessels carry the designation 'Canadian Forces Auxiliary Vessel' (CFAV) since the unification of the Canadian Forces in 1968. Click on the Halifax class frigate to be taken the Navy's ship information page.