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Argentine yacht club burgees

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Yacht Club Argentino

Argentino burgee
by Ivan Sache, 25 Mar 2002

The burgee of YCA is shown on http://www.yca.org.ar/ It is a triangular flag diagonally divided blue-white-blue, with a red fouled anchor placed in diagonal in the white stripe. YCA was founded on 2 July 1883.
Ivan Sache, 25 Mar 2002


Club Náutico Bahía Blanca

Bahía Blanca burgee
by Ivan Sache, 25 Mar 2002

The burgee of CNBB is shown on http://www.cnbb.org.ar/. It is described in the club statues as follows:

Articulo 40: La bandera está constituida por un galardete triangular blanco, con una cruz colorado y las iniciales del Club (C.N.B.B.), una en cada cuartel. Las banderas del Comodoro y Vice-Comodoro llevarán los mismos colores y iniciales, diferenciándose en su forma, que será reactangular con triángulo entrante y debiendo adema's la del segundo, llevar un circulo colorado en el ángulo superior próximo a la relinga.
I understand that the flag is a white triangular burgee with a red cross and the initials of the club, one letter in each quarter. The statues does not mention that the cross is of Scandinavian type and the letters are black.

The flags of the Commodore and the Vice-Commodore shall have the same colours and initials, but are rectangular and swallow-tailed. I am not sure that the flag of the Vice-Commodore should bear a red disc in canton.

Ivan Sache, 25 Mar 2002


Club de Veleros Barlovento

Barlovento burgee
by Ivan Sache, 25 Mar 2002

The burgee of CVB is shown on http://www.barlovento.org.ar/ It is a dark blue flag charged with a white sailboat at host and a white star at fly. CVB is located in Victoria, Province of Buenos Aires.
Ivan Sache, 25 Mar 2002


Club Náutico Córdoba

Córdoba burgee
by Ivan Sache, 25 Mar 2002

The burgee of CNC is shown on http://www.clubnauticocordoba.com.ar/ It is a triangular flag made of three diagonal red-white-blue stripes. The club initials CNC are placed in the white stripe, most probably in black and in a diagonal pattern.
Ivan Sache, 25 Mar 2002


Club Náutico Mar del Plata

Mar del Plata burgee
by Ivan Sache, 25 Mar 2002

The burgee of CNMP is shown on http://www.cnmp.org/. It is a triangular flag with a white border and a white Scandinavian cross. The four quarters are red, blue,blue, and red, respectively, and bear the white letters C, N, M, and P, respectively.
Ivan Sache, 25 Mar 2002


Club Náutico Quilmes

Quilmes burgee
by Ivan Sache, 25 Mar 2002

The burgee of CNQ is shown on the wesbite of the Argentinean Yachting Federation. It is a triangular flag with a blue border and a blue triangle placed in the middle of the flag and charged with a white horizontal anchor.
Ivan Sache, 25 Mar 2002


Yacht Club Rosario

Rosario burgee
by Ivan Sache, 25 Mar 2002

The burgee of YCR is shown on the wesbite of the Argentinean Yachting Federation. It is a triangular blue flag with a red helm near the hoist.
Ivan Sache, 25 Mar 2002


Club Náutico San Isidro

San Isidro burgee
by Ivan Sache, 25 Mar 2002

The burgee of CNSI is shown on http://www.cnsi.com.ar/. It is a blue triangular flag with a broad red diagonal stripe in the middle, charged with a yellow star. CNSI was funded on 26 February 1910.
Ivan Sache, 25 Mar 2002


Club Náutico San Pedro

San Pedro burgee
by Ivan Sache, 25 Mar 2002

The burgee of CNSP is shown on http://www.cnsp.com.ar/. It is a white triangular flag with a light blue border and a light blue anchor charged with a yellow ring placed near the hoist. CNSP was founded in October 1907.
Ivan Sache, 25 Mar 2002


Yacht Club Santa Fé

Rosario burgee
by Ivan Sache, 25 Mar 2002

The burgee of YCSF is shown on http://www.ycsf.org.ar/. It is a white triangular flag with a red Scandinavian cross charged with a blue anchor placed in diagonal. YCSF was founded on 28 February 1936.
Ivan Sache, 25 Mar 2002

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