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Admiralty Ferry Crew Association (United Kingdom)

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Admiralty Ferry Crew Association

Estb: 1929. Location: Findhorn, Moray Firth, Scotland.
Peter Edwards, 1 April 2018


Admiralty Ferry Crew Associationimage located by Peter Edwards, 3 April 2018

Estb: 1945.
Burgee: Pennant 5:7 (image). Blue field superimposed by a white St George's Cross and with a yellow Byers stockless anchor in the upper hoist quarter.
Note: "The Admiralty Ferry Crew Service was "Formed by Lt/Cmdr. C.D. Barber in 1942 . . . The number of personnel . . . was roughly 1,600 and boats moved by these crews numbered 1,020. . . At the end of the war, those who served formed the Admiralty Ferry Crew Association . . . "
Sources: Image, Lloyd's Register of Yachts 1960. Quote, [About Us/Archives Bulletin 1966].
Peter Edwards, 1 April 2018