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Belgium: Burgees of yacht clubs

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Bruxelles Royal Yacht Club

[Bruxelles Royal YC]by José Carlos Alegria Diaz & Jaume Ollé

The club was founded on 25 April 1906 as Yachting Club de Bruxelles.

In 1913, it was renamed Bruxelles Royal Yacht Club, and his patron was King Albert I.
The club grounds are still located close to the Royal palace of Laeken, on a field belonging to the Royal Settlement.

In the 1970s, the club had more than 1,000 members.

Source: BRYC website

Ivan Sache, 19 July 2001


Royal Belgian Sailing Club

[Royal Belgian SC]by José Carlos Alegria Diaz & Jaume Ollé


Royal Ghent Watersport Association (Koninklijke Gentse Watersport Vereniging)

[KGWV burgee]by Ivan Sache

The KGWV burgee is made of two red triangles placed vertically along the hoist and a yellow lozenge. The lozenge does not reach the hoist of the burgee.

Source: KGWV website

Ivan Sache, 15 June 2002


Royal Yacht Club de Belgique

[Royal YC de Belgique]by José Carlos Alegria Diaz & Jaume Ollé


Royal Yacht Club d'Ostende et Royal Motor Club de Belgique

[Royal YC d'Ostende]by José Carlos Alegria Diaz & Jaume Ollé

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