Last modified: 2019-05-15 by rob raeside
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image by Rob Raeside, 15 May 2019
Based on: https://collections.rmg.co.uk/collections/objects/206144.html
Since its inception (1957?) the Civil Service Sailing Association has used a
fouled anchor, but it is properly described as an anchor 'fouled by red
Peter Burry, 4 June 2010
The Civil Service Sailing Association (see
http://www.cs-sailing.org) appears to
have a unique type of fouling.
Peter Hans van den Muijzenberg, 4 June 2010
The burgee is a white pennant with blue and red borders all around, and a
blue anchor tilted from lower hoist towards upper fly, and fouled by a single
strand of red tape.
Ned Smith, 4 June 2010