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Segelclub Baltic e.V.

[Segelclub Baltic e.V. (German YC)] by Ivan Sache, 12 May 2002

Segelclub Baltic was founded in Königsberg 1882, but since 1950 in Kiel. Its burgee is white with an offset red cross.
Peter Hans van den Muijzenberg, 27 August 2001

White pennant with a red Scandinavian cross.
Source: yachtclub website.
Ivan Sache, 12 May 2002


Baltische Seglervereinigung in Hamburg

[Baltische Seglervereinigung in Hamburg] by Ivan Sache, 12 May 2002

It is a white pennant divided by a black cross cotized red. Upon the centre of cross a shield of the Teutonic order, black cross in a white field, is superimposing a vertical golden sword and two golden crossed anchors. I believe, Baltische Seglervereinigung is an association with various branches all over Germany, based on former inhabitants of Eastern Prussia province. Probably the association uses the same flag anywhere in Germany.
Source: I spotted this flag on 10 October 2008 at the club's boat house at the river Elbe near Hamburg-Bergedorf.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 23 Feb 2009


Seglervereinigung 1903 Berlin e.V.

[Seglervereinigung 1903 Berlin e.V. (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 11 June 2002

White pennant with five chevrons black-white-black-white-black in proportions ca. 1:1:4:1:1.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 11 June 2002


Verein Berliner Segler e.V.

[Verein Berliner Segler e.V. (German YC)] by Ivan Sache, 13 June 2002

Pennant made up of two black triangles, a white chevron and a red lozenge.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 13 June 2002


Berliner Tourenseglerclub Blau-Weiß e.V.

[Berliner Tourenseglerclub Blau-Weiß e.V. (German YC)] by Ivan Sache, 6 May 2002

White field with a blue saltire fimbriated in white and blue. Over the saltire, a white disc with a blue border and charged with the blue letters BTB, the T being about twice bigger than the B's. Blau-Weiß means blue-white, as shown by the burgee colours.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 6 May 2002


Berliner Yacht-Club e.V.

[Berliner Yacht-Club e.V. (Germany)] by Ivan Sache, 6 May 2002

Field divided per saltire black-white-red-white. The colours are those of Berlin [1861-1912, and those of Imperial Germany].
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 6 May 2002


Yachtclub Berlin-Grünau e.V.

[Yachtclub Berlin-Grünau e.V. (Germany)] image by Ivan Sache, 18 June 2002

White pennant with three thin horizontal blue stripes and a white triangle with a blue border near the hoist. Grünau is located in former East Berlin on the Dahme Langer See.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 18 June 2002


Bielefelder Segel-Club

[Bielefelder Segel-Club] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 4 Jul 2007

It is a dark blue (FIAV-Code B+) pennant with a white Scendinavian cross with cotized red-white. A white roundel with a red edged white shield containing three red chevrons is superimposed upon the intersection point of crossbars.
The shield with the chevrons was the coat of arms of the counts of Ravensberg, who founded the city of Bielefeld.
Source: I spotted this car-sticker on 26 December in Bielefeld.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 4 Jul 2007


Bille Wander-Segel-Club

[Bille Wander-Segel-Club] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 2 Jul 2007

It is a red pennant divided by a white saltire with a white 5-pointed star shifted to the hoist.
Source: I spotted this flag on 7 January 2007 at Ev.Altenheim Billwerder Bucht, Hamburg.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 2 Jul 2007


Blankeneser Segel-Club e.V.

[Blankeneser Segel-Club e.V. (German YC)] by Ivan Sache, 6 May 2002

Blue field with a white saltire and a red disc placed over the saltire. Blankenese is a part of the city of Hamburg, located on the river Elbe.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 6 May 2002


Bocholter Wassersportverein 1920 e.V.

[Bocholter Wassersportverein 1920 e.V. (German YC)] by Ivan Sache, 6 May 2002

Red field with a black shield at hoist, three stylized white sailing boats and two white waves. The burgees of both yacht clubs located in Bocholt share the same waves. Bocholt is located northwest of the Ruhr area, close to the Dutch border. There is another Bocholt in Belgium (Limburg Province). 1920 is probably the year the club was founded. The burgee seems to be more recent.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 6 May 2002

The black shield is a stylized version of the yacht club's arms, shown at the yacht club homepage.
Santiago Dotor, 13 September 2005


Bocholter Yachtclub e.V.

[Bocholter Yachtclub e.V. (German YC)] by Ivan Sache, 6 May 2002

Green field with a stylized white sailing boat (two triangles) and two blue waves. The burgees of both yacht clubs located in Bocholt share the same waves.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 6 May 2002


Förde-Yacht-Club Bockholmwik

[Förde-Yacht-Club Bockholmwik] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 11 Nov 2008

It is a yellow pennant with a blue vertical line at the hoist and a red chevron pointing to the hoist.
Source: I spotted this car sticker on 19 July 2007 in Hamburg-Billwerder.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 11 Nov 2008

For further information click: yacht club webpage.
Aleksandar Nemet, 11 Nov 2008


Segelclub Bodman e.V.

[Segelclub Bodman e.V. (German YC)] by Ivan Sache, 13 May 2002

Horizontally divided green-white pennant with the yacht club shield offset to the hoist.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 13 May 2002


Borkener Segelclub e.V.

[Borkener Segelclub e.V. (German YC)] by Ivan Sache, 6 May 2002

Red field with two (?) stylized white sailing boats. Borken is located ca. 20 km east of Bocholt.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 6 May 2002


Segel Club Bosen e.V.

[Segel Club Bosen e.V. (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 15 June 2002

White pennant with an original black device. Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 15 June 2002

The burgee as shown in the yacht club website has a white piercing on the bottom hoist of the black device. This looks somewhat like a buoy with pennant, and a wave beside it.
Santiago Dotor, 20 Oct 2005

Lower case letter 'b' standing for Bosen, I think. But then, a buoy could very well be meant, and that word starts with a 'b' too: Boje.
Jan Mertens, 21 Oct 2005


Segler-Verein Braunschweig e.V.

[Segler-Verein Braunschweig e.V. (German YC)] by Ivan Sache, 10 June 2002

White pennant with a red horizontal stripe in the middle and two vertical stripes. Between the two vertical stripes, the horizontal stripe and the flag borders are placed two red Udmurtian [8-point] stars pointing towards the hoist. Red and white are the municipal colours of Brunswick (Braunschweig).
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 10 June 2002


Segler-Vereinigung Breitbrunn e.V.

[Segler-Vereinigung Breitbrunn e.V. (German YC)] by Ivan Sache, 10 June 2002

Blue field with a thin white horizontal stripe and a white disc centred. Breitbrunn is located on the Ammersee.
Source: yacht club website [broken link].
Ivan Sache, 10 June 2002


Segelclub Breitenthal e.V.

[Segelclub Breitenthal e.V. (German YC)] by Ivan Sache, 13 May 2002

Red pennant with two stylized white sailing boats and an ascending white wave.
Source: yacht club website [broken link].
Ivan Sache, 13 May 2002


Yachtclub Bullenhausen

[Yachtclub Bullenhausen (German YC)] by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 7 Sep 2012

The yellow pennant has a blue bordure. Shifted to the hoist is a modified coat of arms of the former municipality of Bullenahusen. In a red shield with a blue wavy base is a golden (= yellow) sailing ship. On the sail is a blue, rampant lion, armed and tongued red. He holds a blue (instead of silver), embowed key in his paws. On top of the mast of the ship is a golden (= yellow) pennant. Despite of the sail the boat and the pennant are silver in the coat of arms of the municipality.
Bullenhausen today is part of the municipality of Seevetal (Harburg county). The boat house is located on the south bank of river Elbe.
Source: I spotted this pennant at the boat house on 21 August 2012
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 7 Sep 2012


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