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Royal Australian Navy Sailing Association

I wonder if the Blue Ensign with a crown in the fly and an Australian White Ensign canton could be the ensign of the Royal Australian Navy Sailing Association? If not, I would be interested to know, what is their ensign?
David Prothero, 6 December 2003

Most unlikely - the RANSA burgee is exactly the same as its British counterpart: white, red St. George's Cross, blue naval crown in the middle.
Miles Li, 6 December 2003


Sandringham Yacht Club

Sandringham, Victoria

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

Sandringham is located on the eastern shore of Port Phillip Bay, c. 15 km south-east of Melbourne.

The burgee of SYC is vertically divided white-red-white.

Source: SYC website
Ivan Sache, 8 September 2003


Sea Rovers Association

[Sea Rovers Association]
by Dan Cross, 13 April 2003

This is our association's burgee. For more information, please visit our webpage www.searovers.asn.au
Dan Cross (Commodore), 13 April 2003


Shelley Sailing Club

Canning, Western Australia

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

The Shelley Sailing Club was established on the Canning River, off Riverton Drive, in 1974.

The burgee of the SSC is horizontally divided white-black-white.

Source: SSC website
Ivan Sache, 8 September 2003


South of Perth Yacht Club

Applecross, Western Australia

[South of Perth Yacht Club]
by Ivan Sache, 8 September 2003

South of Perth Yacht Club was founded on the 18th December 1945.

The burgee of the SoPYC is red with a white cross. A white star is placed in the thrid quarter.

Source: SoPYC website
Ivan Sache, 8 September 2003


Sydney Amateur Sailing Club

Sydney, New South Wales

[Sydney Amateur Sailing Club]
by Ivan Sache, 9 September 2003

The Sydney Amateur Sailing Club was established in 1872. Its current memebership is 400.

The burgee of the SASC is white with a thin blue cross.

Source: SASC website
Ivan Sache, 9 September 2003

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