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Gironde (Department, France): Yacht clubs

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Cercle de la Voile d'Arcachon

[Burgee of the CV Arcachon]by Ivan Sache

The burgee of the Cercle de la Voile d'Arcachon is a triangular white flag with a blue-red cross voided throughout.

Source: CVA website

Ivan Sache, 13 July 2002


Cercle de la Voile de Bordeaux

[CV Bordeaux]by José Carlos Alegria


Cercle Nautique du Cap Ferret

[Cercle Nautique du Cap Ferret]by Ivan Sache

Cap Ferret (part of the municipality of Lège-Cap-Ferret, c. 5,000 inhabitants) is a sea resort located on the northern side of the bottleneck which links the Basin of Arcachon to the Atlantic Ocean. The lighthouse of Cap Ferret (rebuilt in 1947, height 52 m, range 50 km) signals the entrance of the Basin of Arcachon. Cap Ferret is also a center of oyster-farming.

The Cercle Nautique du Cap Ferret was founded in 1949. Its burgee is a triangular white flag with a red border all around, a light blue cross and a white diamond with a red border placed over the middle of the cross. Letters CNF in black are placed in the diamond.

Source: CNF website

Ivan Sache, 13 July 2002


Club Voile Hourtin Médoc

[CV Hourtin Medoc]by Ivan Sache

Hourtin is a city of ca. 3,600 inhabitants located on the eastern shore of the Lake of Hourtin-Carcans. Médoc is one of the most famous producing area of Bordeaux wines.

The Club Voile Hourtin Médoc has a white burgee, with a red-white-blue-border and initials CVHM in red.

Source: CVHM website

Ivan Sache, 17 May 2001

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