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Yacht Club Jadro (Koper)

[Yacht Club Jadro]by Ivan Sache

The burgee of the Yacht Club "Jadro" in Koper (Jadralni Klub Jadro) is shown on the yacht club website.

The burgee is horizontally divided yellow-blue-yellow-blue-yellow, apparently 1:1:2:1:1. Y.C. Jadro is written in blue in the median yellow stripe. Jadro is written in cursive letters which are quite well approximated by New Berolina TM font.

Yellow and blue are the colours of the coat of arms of Koper.

Ivan Sache, 6 October 2001


Yacht Club of Ljubljana

[Yacht Club of Ljubljana]by Ivan Sache

The burgee of the Yacht Club of Ljubljana (Jadralni Klub Ljubljana) is shown on the yacht club website.

The burgee is dark green with a white triangle placed along the hoist and spreading over 1/3 of the burgee. Letters JKL in dark green are placed horizintally in the middle of the white triangle.

Green and white are the main colours of the flag of Ljubljana.

Ivan Sache, 6 October 2001


Yacht Club Pirat (Portoroz)

[Yacht Club Pirat]by Ivan Sache

The burgee of the Yacht Club "Pirat" in Portoroz (Jadralni Klub Pirat Portoroz) is shown on the yacht club website.

The burgee is light blue with a red cross. A blue disc with a red border and the letter P in red in the middle is placed over the intersection of the two arms of the cross.

Portoroz is located in Istria on the Adriatic see, between Piran and the Croatian border. The coat of arms of Piran also includes a red cross on a blue field, but with a white fimbriation.

Ivan Sache, 6 October 2001

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