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Italy - Yacht Clubs (Part 2)

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Yacht Club "Italiano"


by Jose C. Alegria, 5 Febuary 2000

Only one Club in Italy, AFAIK, the "Yacht Club Italiano", Genoa, is granted the use of a special national ensign. The Club, established in 1879, as "Regio Yacht Club Italiano", was presided in 1935 by His Royal Highness Amedeo di Savoia, and in 1942 "e conferito līonore ed il diritto di battere la Bandiera della Marina Militare. Diritto revocato dal Capo di Stato Maggiore del Ministero Difesa-Marina nel 1967." Which means they were granted the right and the honor of flying the Italian Naval Military flag, but I have a doubt about the Italian word "revocato". If it means revoked, then the privilege is over since 1967, but later editions of "Lloydīs Register of Shipping" still published the military flag as the Clubīs ensign. If the privilege was revoked, they can still use the Civil Ensign, that is, with the lion of Venice holding a book, not a sword, and without the naval crown.
Jose C. Alegria, 5 Febuary 2000


Yacht Club "Punta Ala"


by Jose C. Alegria, 12 Febuary 2000

Well, the Louis Vuitton Cup is over. This competition is done to decide who will challenge the world most important sailing trophy: the Americaīs Cup, and, for the first time since 1851, the Americaīs cup race will have no boat from the U.S.A. competing on it. Thatīs because New Zealandīs boat won the trophy in 1995 and, now, the winners of the Louis Vuitton Cup, and , therefore, the challengers againts N.Z. will be Italians. Every boat must be presented by a yacht club, and New Zealandīs defending Club is the  "Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron", Auckland, New Zealand. The challengers, the Louis Vuitton Cup winners are from the "Yacht Club Punta Ala", Punta Ala, Grosseto, Italy. The Club was established in 1976, and has no special Ensign privileges, therefore will be using the Italian civil ensign. Their burgee is blue+, with a yellow border 1/15 the height wide, and a yellow bird .
Jose C. Alegria, 12 Febuary 2000


Yacht Club "Romagna"


based on <www.ycr.it>, located by Dov Gutterman, 3 April 2003


Yacht Club "San Remo"


from <www.federvela.it> , located by Dov Gutterman, 10 Febuary 2000


Yacht Club "Societa Nautica Pietas Julia"


by Jose C. Alegria, 28 March 2000

One of the oldest Italian yacht clubs is the "Societa Nautica Pietas Julia", Duino Aurisina (TS), Italy. Established August 14th, 1886. Their flag is a green + burgee with the initial letters "P" and "J" ("P" to the mast and "J" to the fly) and a fouled anchor in the middle, all in yellow.
Jose C. Alegria, 28 March 2000


Yacht Club "Societa Triestina della Vela"


by Jose C. Alegria, 29 March 2000

The yacht club "Societa Triestina della Vela", Trieste, Italy, was established in 1923 as "Filonautica Triestina" and keeps the same flag, a blue - burgee with a white cross of St. George and a white star on the canton, designed then by Mario Lucas. Only the name was changed, in 1931.
Jose C. Alegria, 29 March 2000


Pellerano Yachts


by Ivan Sache, 26 September 2003

Pellerano Yachts flag at <www.pelleranoyachts.it>. More of Yacht commercial houseflag then a Yacht Club burgee.
Dov Gutterman, 22 January 2002

The burgee of Pellerano Yachts. The Pelerano company is located in Chivari.
Ivan Sache, 26 September 2003


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