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image located by Jan Mertens, 20 April 2010
The burgee can be seen on the club website at
where it is shown as a blue pennant with a white geometric seagull-like shape.
Located by Jan Mertens, 30 March 2010
The Bray Sailing Club (Ireland) describes itself:
“Bray is a seaside resort a few miles South of Dublin. The sailing club overlooks the harbour, which is at the North end of the promenade. We cater for both cruisers and dinghies, with a full program of racing. The tide influences most of our activities, for the harbour dries at low water. The club is more than a hundred years old..."
As found on the club’s website (upper menu ‘About us’> ‘Club’): http://www.braysailingclub.ie
The burgee is described here (upper menu ‘About us’> Constitution):
“The Club burgee shall be a navy blue pennant with a white gull in flight as its centrepiece.”
Shown on the site in see-through fashion, luckily also in the cloth on a number of photos (large Gallery, upper menu).
Jan Mertens, 20 April 2010