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image by Clay Moss, 16 Sep 2008
The ensign of the Royal Australian Navy Sailing Association shows a crown over the letters "RANSA" in the lower fly. You'll notice that
the pennants on this crown are blowing or facing in opposite directions.
This is because that is how RANSA depicts its crown.
Clay Moss, 16 September 2008
Australian Yacht Clubs currently (2009 Navy List) Entitled to a Special
Royal Australian Naval Sailing Association.
1980. Warrant for defaced Blue Ensign.
David Prothero, 6 February 2015
image by Clay Moss, 21 Sep 2008
The RANSA burgee is exactly the same as its British
counterpart: white, red St. George's Cross, blue naval crown in the middle.
Miles Li, 6 December 2003