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Thames Sailing Club (United Kingdom)
Estb: 1870. Location: Surbiton, Surrey.
Burgee: Pennant circe 4:6 (web image). White field charged with a red fowled anchor (bend sinister) over a blue St. George's cross centred 1 unit from hoist.
Source: accessed 25 November 2018, https://www.thamessailingclub.co.uk/about-and-join/clothing
"The Club Burgee shall have a white background with a dark blue cross and a red foul anchor in the centre of the cross. Flag Officers and past Commodores may fly swallow-tailed burgees, but in the upper canton next to the mast the Vice Commodore shall display one red ball, the Rear Commodore two red balls, and past Commodores a red X.”
Source: (Rules and Bye-Laws) accessed 25 November 2018, https://www.thamessailingclub.co.uk/club-rules-and-policies/rules
“. . . the Thames Sailing Club, the UK’s oldest river sailing club, founded in 1870. Located between Surbiton and Kingston on the Surrey bank of the River, the Victorian clubhouse overlooks one of London’s most beautiful stretches of the river, bordered as it is by by Hampton Court Grounds on the Middlesex bank.”
Source: accessed 26 November 2018, https://www.thamessailingclub.co.uk/page/AboutTSC
Peter Edwards, 27 November 2018