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Croatia - Yacht Clubs - Part II

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Jedriliearski klub "Plav"


by Zeljko Heimer, 28 June 2001

Jedriliearski klub "Plav", Krk (1:2~) - The triangular pennant is horizontally divided in blue over white with a blue disk in the middle containing sylized letter P made in shape of white sails.
Source: HJS.
Zeljko Heimer, 30 June 2001


Jaht klub "Punat"


by Zeljko Heimer, 3 July 2001

Jaht klub "Punat", Punat (1:2~) - The triangular pennant is white bordered light blue with the emblem of the Marina Punat surrounded with the name of the club in dark blue letters. The emblem of the company owing the club is golden bordered dark blue ring with white name of th company and dark blue silhuette of a sailboat on light blue wavy surface.
Source: HJS, Marina Punat <www.marina-punat.hr> 09. 04. 2001.
Zeljko Heimer, 3 July 2001


Jedrilicarski Klub "Rijeka - S.C.O.R."


by Zeljko Heimer, 3 July 2001

Rijeka Sailing Clubīs flag. Itīs the typical 3-5 burgee. The lower half divided in two horizontal equal bands Y and B-. The upper in a light purple (violet ?) with an 8 points white star at 1/6 the length.
jose carlos alegria diaz , 21 August 1999

Jedriliearski klub "Rijeka - S.C.O.R.", (Sailing Club of Rijeka) (2:3~) - The triangular pennant is horizonatlly divided into purpule, yellow and light blue stripes, the first being of the double width with a white eightpointed star. The shade of the upper stripe varies much in different sources from bright red to very dark purpule. The colours are based on the traditional landesfarben of Rijeka originating from the period of the Habsburg Monarchy.
Source: HJS, Information from Jose Carlos Alegria Diaz, Gijon, Spain.
Zeljko Heimer, 3 July 2001


Hrvatski jedriliearski klub "Siscia"


by Zeljko Heimer, 3 July 2001

Hrvatski jedriliearski klub "Siscia", Sisak (2:3~) - The trangular pennant is quartered in blue and green fimbriated with white and with a whide silver annulet over the crossingpoint. The design of the pennant is based on the civic flag of Sisak.
Source: HJS.
Zeljko Heimer, 3 July 2001


Jedriliearski klub "Split"


by Zeljko Heimer, 3 July 2001

Jedriliearski klub "Split", Split (1:2~) - The triband pennant of blue-white-blue convergating in fly.
Source: HJS.
Zeljko Heimer, 3 July 2001


Jedrilicarski klub "Sveti Nikola"


by Zeljko Heimer, 3 July 2001

Jedriliearski klub Sveti Nikola, Zagreb (Sailing club "St. Nicolas", member of Croatian sailing federation).
Zeljko Heimer , 30 November 1999

Jedriliearski klub "Sveti Nikola", Zagreb (1:2) - The traingular pennant is white with red cross and red couped saltire with blue disk over their crossing containing two white sails. In the fly end of the cross is inscribed the name of the club .
Source: Information from Jose Carlos Alegria Diaz, Gijon, Spain, Author's observation.
Zeljko Heimer, 3 July 2001


Jedriliearski klub "Uljanik Plovidba"


by Zeljko Heimer, 4 July 2001

Jedriliearski klub "Uljanik Plovidba", Pula (1:2~) - The dark blue triangular pennant defaced with a white disk containing the emblem of the Uljanik Shipyard. Uljanik is a big company built around a shipyard in Pula to which the club is connected. The year of the establishing of the shipyard, 1856, is written in the middle of the emblem.
Source: HJS.
Zeljko Heimer, 4 July 2001


Jedriliearski Klub "Uskok"


by Zeljko Heimer, 4 July 2001

Jedriliearski klub "Uskok", Zadar . (sailing club, member of Croatian sailing federation). Uskok is the name of a member of irregular bands that were entering Turkish lands and performing "guerilla" warfare around 17th and 18th century. Nowdays, the name is connected with "commando" training.
Zeljko Heimer , 30 November 1999

Jedriliearski klub "Uskok", Zadar (1:2~) - The flag is triangular burgee divided horizontally into upper yellow part and lower, sevenfold barry of blue and white and overall a triangular red sail in hoist.
Source: Information from Jose Carlos Alegria Diaz, Gijon, Spain, <www.tel.hr/uskok> 23. 08. 1999, HJS.
Zeljko Heimer, 4 July 2001


Jedriliearski Klub "Val"


by Zeljko Heimer, 4 July 2001

Jedriliearski klub "Val", Sibenik (1:2~) - The triangular pennant is red with white disk and stylized light blue letter V in it.
Source: HJS.
Zeljko Heimer, 4 July 2001


Jaht klub "Zadar"


by Zeljko Heimer, 4 July 2001

Jaht klub "Zadar", Zadar (1:2~) - The blue triangular pennant contains a red-white-blue square emblem and white inscription ZDYC (for Zadar Yact Club).
Source: HJS.
Zeljko Heimer, 4 July 2001


Yacht Club "Zagreb"


by Zeljko Heimer, 4 July 2001

Yacht Club "Zagreb", Zagreb (1:2~) - The blue triangular pennant has a yellow thin horizontal stripe and overall a silhuette of the three-towered city from the coat of arms of Zagreb. Near the hoist above the line is letter Y and below leter C.
Source: HJS.
Zeljko Heimer, 4 July 2001


Jedriliearski Klub "Zal"


by Zeljko Heimer, 4 July 2001

Jedriliearski klub "Zal", Betina (2:3~) - A blue triangular pennant contains the circular emblem of the club. The emblem is composed of the Croatian chequy fields white triangular sails blue watter with white waves and name of the club.
Source: HJS.
Zeljko Heimer, 4 July 2001


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