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Club Nautique de Sainte-Maxime

[CN Ste-Maxime]by Ivan Sache

Sainte-Maxime is a sea resort with 7,000 inhabitants, located on the Mediterranean Sea. Sainte-Maxime is located on the northern shore of the Gulf of Saint-Tropez, facing Saint-Tropez.

The Club Nautique de Sainte-Maxime was founded in 1937. The CNSM burgee is made of three nested triangles, red, white and blue.

Source: CNSM website

Ivan Sache, 19 July 2003


Club Nautique de Saint-Raphaël

[CN Saint-Raphael]by Ivan Sache

Saint-Raphaël is a sea resort of ca. 25,000 inhabitants.
The port of Saint-Raphaël saw on 9 October 1799 the landing of Bonaparte coming back from Egypt. On 28 April 1814, Napoléon (Bonaparte) left the port of Saint-Raphaël for Elba Island.

The Club Nautique de Saint-Raphaël has a burgee made of five vertical stripes blue-white-red-white-blue.

Source: CNS website

Ivan Sache, 15 May 2001


Société Nautique de Bandol

[SN Bandol]by Ivan Sache

Bandol is a small municipality of ca. 7,000 inhabitants, famous for its beaches, its marina and its wines.

The Société Nautique de Bandol was founded in 1903.
The burgee of the SNB is white with two red triangles placed near the hoist and a red star in the middle of the white field.

Source: SNB website

Ivan Sache, 17 March 2003


[SN Saint-Tropez]by José Carlos Alegria

The burgee of the Société Nautique de Saint-Tropez is vertically divided red-white-red, like the municipal flag of Saint-Tropez, with a blue anchor placed in the middle of the flag.

Source: SNST website

Ivan Sache, 17 March 2003


Société Nautique du Golfe des Lecques

[SN Les Lecques]by Ivan Sache

Les Lecques is a small sea resort located on the eponymous gulf, on the Mediterranean Sea, east of La Ciotat. Les Lecques is administratively part of the municipality of Saint-Cyr-sur-Mer.

The burgee of the is orange with two horizontal black stripes and the black letters SNGL. The logo of the yacht club shows a kind of Norse boat, whose sail is orange with two vertical black stripes. The SNGL was founded in 1948.

Source: SNGL website

Ivan Sache, 23 December 2003

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