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Down East Yacht Club

[Down East Yacht CLub] by Jarig Bakker

The Down East Yacht Club is located in Boothbay Harbor, Maine. It was established in 1967. Its pennant is light blue over dark blue, with an orange semicircle in the upper half, resting on the centerline.
John Ayer, 29 November 2003

[Down East Yacht CLub] by Jarig Bakker

Webster's New International Dictionary (c. 1927) shows for Boothbay Harbor a white burgee with a red saltire and at the hoist a dark blue 5-pointed star. This flag is also shown at the Boothbay Harbor Yacht Club site (
Jarig Bakker, 29 November 2003

[Down East Yacht CLub] by Mason Kaye

The flag has a green background with a white circle. In the circle is a green map of Maine, with a white sailboat on top. The words DOWN EAST FLEET appear above the map in green, and MAINE appears below it, also in green.
Flag first sent by Kevin Harrington; further information by Peter Edwards.
Mason Kaye, 29 November 2003

I asked Google to find out what organization this pennant belongs to, and from preserved snippets of vanished websites (the bane of the Internet) I suspect it belongs to an interscholastic sail-racing league.
John Ayer, 29 November 2003