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Cabot Cruising Club (United Kingdom)

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[National Register of Historic Vessels] image by Clay Moss, 3 February 2011

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Cabot Cruising Club

Cabot Cruising Club (United Kingdom)
Estb: 1937.
Location: Bathurst Basin, Bristol.
Club House Special Ensign: Red, defaced on the fly with a blue disk enclosing a stylized blue wave and white sail, surmounted with a
yellow naval crown.
Note: The Cabot Cruising Club's HQ is aboard the former Trinity House LV No. 55 (built 1885) now known as the "John Sebastian." The vessel is listed as a member (since 2011) of the National Historic Fleet and is thus permitted to wear that organization's ensign.
Peter Edwards, 5 February 2018

Club Burgee

[Cabot Cruising Club] image located by Peter Edwards, 5 February 2018


Burgee: Pennant.
Field divided equally red on top white below superimposed with the blue letters C C C equally spaced bend-wise.
Peter Edwards, 5 February 2018