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Greece: Pilot and Port Captain

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Pilot

The last release of Album des Pavillons [pay00] does not show a specific flag for a pilot. Such a flag did exist in the past, as shown below.


c. 1917

[Pilot flag 1917]by Phil Nelson

The flag, shown in National Geographic [gmc17], was blue with a large white border and a thin white cross.


c. 1924

[Pilot flag1924]by Phil Nelson

Webster's New International Dictionary [wbs24] showed the flag as blue with a large yellow border.


c. 1935

[Pilot flag 1935]by Ivan Sache

Flaggenbuch [neu92] shows a flag similar to the flag shown in National Geographic [gmc17], but with different proportion.


c. 1990

[Pilot flag c. 1190]by Zeljko Heimer

The flag shown in Album des Pavillons, edition 1995 [pie95] follows the same white cross / white border pattern, and has proportion 2:3.


Port Captain

[Port Captain flag]by Zeljko Heimer

The flag of a Port Captain was similar to a flag of a Pilot, but with an anchor in a circle placed in the middle of the flag.

Source: Album des Pavillons, edition 1995 [pie95]

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