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Middle Harbour Yacht Club

[Middle Harbour Yacht Club]
by Marc Pasquin


Middle Harbour 17ft Skiff Club

[Middle Harbour 17ft Skiff Club]
by Marc Pasquin


Mordialloc Sailing Club

Mordialloc, Victoria

[Mordialloc Sailing Club]
by Ivan Sache, 8 September 2003

Mordialloc is located on the eastern shore of Port Phillip Bay, c. 25 km south-east of Melbourne. Although Mordialloc Sailing Club was officially established in its present location in the early 1960s, it has connections with sailing at Mordialloc since the 1880s.

The burgee of the MSC is red with a white triangle in the middle, covering all the width of the flag. A white rectangle with the red letter M is placed near the hoist.

Source: MSC website
Ivan Sache, 8 September 2003


Mounts Bay Sailing Club

Perth, Western Australia

[Mounts Bay Sailing Club]
by Ivan Sache, 8 September 2003

The Mounts Bay Sailing Club was formed in 1897.

The burgee of the MBSC is blue with a white star in the middle. The white letters MBSC are placed vertically along the hoist.

Source: MBSC website
Ivan Sache, 8 September 2003


Nedlands Yacht Club

Perth, Western Australia

[Nedlands Yacht Club]
by Ivan Sache, 8 September 2003

The burgee of the NYC is yellow with a red-blue saltire.

Source: NYC website
Ivan Sache, 8 September 2003


Perth Flying Squadron Yacht Club

Perth, Western Australia

[Perth Flying Squadron Yacht Club]
by Ivan Sache, 8 September 2003

The Perth Flying Squadron is located on the northern shore of the Swan River in Dalkeith just 5 kilometres from the city of Perth.

The burgee of PFSYC is black with a yellow "thick" cross. The white letters PFS are placed vertically along the hoist. The white letters YC are placed horizontally beside the cross.

Source: PFSYC website
Ivan Sache, 8 September 2003

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