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Mount Dora Yacht Club (U.S.)


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[Mount Dora Yacht Club] image by Rob Raeside, 16 May 2019

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Estb: 1913. Location: 351 West 4th. Avenue, Mount Dora.
Burgee: Pennant circa 6:9 (web image). Red field fimbriated blue on all sides and charged with a red letter D on a white equilateral triangle, based on hoist with sides of 4 units, forming a blue pall to the fly point.
"In 1913, Henry C. Fuller and a group of fellow boat owners met at his boathouse to discuss and make plans for organizing a yacht club. On May 26 of 1913, land was purchased at our present site. . . . The Club never closed its doors, even though World War II took a heavy toll on the membership. It remains the oldest inland waterways yacht club in Florida.
Source: accessed 14 May 2019,
Peter Edwards, 15 May 2019

The Grand Traverse Yacht Club has a burgee of the Mount Dora where there's no blue along the hoist edge.
Peter Hans van den Muijzenberg, 18 May 2019