Last modified: 2011-05-27 by rob raeside
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image located by Jan Mertens, 20 February 2011
The Cullaun Sailing Club “is a very active dinghy sailing club, located on
the shore of the Lough Cullaunyheeda (Cullaun Lake) in the heart of east Clare”
as stated on the club’s website:
http://www.cullaunsailingclub.com/news.php. We also learn that juniors may
follow ISA approved training.
The club burgee, shown as a drawing on the site, is yellow bearing a blue Celtic cross near the hoist with yellow initials are placed on the cross’s endings: “C” (left), “S” (upper), “C” (right) and a yellow anchor on the lower one. Yellow and blue rather than yellow and grey as shown on the site’s head banner, see these sources (the second one also has it under “Callaun”): http://www.yachtcharterguide.com/company/cullaun_sailing_club, http://www.burgees.com/BGroupCo-Cz.htm.
No photo found, drawing above is a Google cache from the old website.
Jan Mertens, 27 February 2011