Last modified: 2012-05-01 by ivan sache
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Burgee of CNsM - Image by Ivan Sache, 19 July 2003
Sainte-Maxime (7,000 inhabitants) is a sea resort located on
the northern shore of the Gulf of Saint-Tropez, facing Saint-Tropez.
Club Nautique de Sainte-Maxime (CNSM) was founded in 1937. The burgee of CNSM is made of three nested triangles, red, white and blue.
Source: CNSM website
Ivan Sache, 19 July 2003
Burgee of CNS - Image by Ivan Sache, 15 May 2001
Saint-Raphaël (25,000 inhabitants is a sea resort, whose port saw on 9 October 1799 the landing of
Bonaparte coming back from Egypt. On 28 April 1814, Napoléon
(Bonaparte) left the port of Saint-Raphaël for Elba Island.
Club Nautique de Saint-Raphaël (CNS) has a burgee made of five vertical stripes blue-white-red-white-blue.
Source: CNS website
Ivan Sache, 15 May 2001
Burgee of SNGL - Image by Ivan Sache, 23 December 2003
Les Lecques is a small sea resort located on the eponymous gulf, on the
Mediterranean Sea, east of La Ciotat. Les Lecques is administratively
part of the municipality of Saint-Cyr-sur-Mer.
The burgee of Société Nautique du Golfe des Lecques is orange with two horizontal black stripes and the black letters SNGL. The logotype of the yacht club shows a kind of Norse boat, whose sail is orange with two vertical black stripes. The SNGL was founded in 1948.
Source: SNGL website
Ivan Sache, 23 December 2003
Burgee of SNS - Image by Ivan Sache, 27 February 2012
The municipality of Sanary-sur-Mer (17,068 inhabitants in 2008; 1,924
ha) is located on the Mediterranean coast, between Marseilles and Toulon.
The Société Nautique de Sanary (SNS) was founded in 1927. The burgee of the SNS (photo) is blue with a red triangle in the middle.
Ivan Sache, 27 February 2012