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Manila Yacht Club

[Manila Yacht Club flag] by Ivan Sache

The Manila Yacht Club was founded in 1927. Its burgee seems to be blue with a white triangle in the middle, stretching over the whole length of the flag, and charged with three blue stars. The source is the Philippine Sailing Federation website: on which the burgee is shown "waving", hence "seems" in my description of it.
Ivan Sache, 27 June 2002


Puerto Galera Yacht Club

[Puerto Galera Yacht Club flag] by Martyn Willes

The major cruising yacht club in the Philippines. Source: Puerto Galera YC website.
Martyn Willes, 30 March 2004


Subic Bay Yacht Club

[Subic Bay Yacht Club flag] by Ivan Sache

Subic Bay is located near the city of Olangapo, on the west coast of Luzon island (Philippines). The area is a Special Economic Zone (I believe that the former US Naval Base has been definitively suppressed). The burgee of Subic Bay Yacht Club is divided by a white cross. First and third quarters are green, second and fourth ones are black. The source is the Philippine Sailing Federation website.
Ivan Sache, 28 June 2002


Taal Lake Yacht Club

[Taal Lake Yacht Club flag] by Ivan Sache

Taal Lake is a volcanic lake located c. 50 km south of Manila, near Talisay, in Batangas province. According to Lonely Planet, this lake is the sailing Mecca of the Philippines. The burgee of the yacht club is white with a blue border around the flag and an other blue border inside it. The field is charged with two red sails. The source is the Philippine Sailing Federation website.
Ivan Sache, 29 June 2002