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Eem, Baarn

[Eem burgee] by Jarig Bakker, 14 Aug 2004

The Yearbook of the "Rotterdamsch Nieuwsblad" - Wie, Wat, Waar 1941 has two pages with burgees.
Baarnsche Watersportvereniging "De Eem", Baarn - orange burgee with a yellow diamond with the club's Coat of Arms.
The club was founded 20 Mar 1923, but not a trace of the burgee - and I haven't a clue what's on the Coat of Arms...
Jarig Bakker, 14 Aug 2004

Eemkruisers, Amersfoort

[Eemkruisers burgee] by Jarig Bakker, 8 Dec 2004

Watersportvereniging De Eemkruisers, Amersfoort, Utrecht province, after image on this website - white burgee; two hoist triangles; over all through the center a narrow blue stripe; on top letter E; in bottom letter K.
The club was founded 16 Jun 1952. I guess this is only for motorboats.
Jarig Bakker, 8 Dec 2004

Eemland, Baarn

[Eemland burgee] by Jarig Bakker, 3 Dec 2004

Watersportvereniging Eemland-Baarn (Utrecht province), after image on this site: red over blue burgee with at the center a blue diamond charged with a white E (there is room for reconsideration as the colors are rather vague: red might be orange, and
the bottom stripe might be green or even black...)
Jarig Bakker, 3 Dec 2004

Eendracht, Spakenburg

[Eendracht burgee] by Jarig Bakker, 3 Dec 2004

Watersportvereniging De Eendracht, Spakenburg, in Bunschoten municipality, Utrecht, after, after image on this website: burgee with blue hoist, charged with vertical white letters WSV; fly hor. orange - white - orange; white charged with "EENDRACHT" in blue. The club was founded 19 Jan 1966, and took its name (Eendracht = Unity) from the local fisher's association "De Eendracht".
Bunschoten and Spakenburg are twin villages, but still retain their old identity. Until the beginning of the 20th century people wore different costumes, and until this day the meeting of the Saturday-soccer teams are gruelling fights.
Jarig Bakker, 3 Dec 2004