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Flag of Palma de Mallorca - Image by Pascal Gross & Antonio Gutiérrez, 16 July 1999, based on an official handbook issued by the government of the Balearic Islands

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Flag of Palma de Mallorca

The flag of Palma de Mllorca is prescribed in Article 3.3 of Law No. 23 "de capitalitat de Palma", adopted on 20 December 2006 and published on 27 December 2006 in the official gazette of the Balearic Islands, No. 186 (text), as follows:

The official flag of Palma de Majorca shall be the one granted by King Sancho of Majorca, which features the Royal arms of the country and, in the upper part, the image of the castle in white on purple.

The municipality of Palma de Mallorca (universidad) and the island of Mallorca have always been considered as one entity. Therefore there had never been a special desire of having a proper town's flag, therefore Palma uses the same flag as Mallorca.

Klaus-Michael Schneider, 20 June 2009

Real Club Deportivo de Mallorca


Flag of RCD Mallorca, as sold in the club's fanshop - Image by Ivan Sache, 9 March 2019

The flag of RCD Mallorca is red with the club's logo in the center. The logo is a red disc with yellow parts of a circle, forming the letters "R" (top right), "C" (left), "D" (center and half size), finally "M" (consisting of two half circles and having parts in common with "R" and "C"). The disc is placed into a yellow shield and flanked by two green garlands of olive leaves. The whole is topped by a Royal crown in yellow and red.

Klaus-Michael Schneider, 22 July 2009

Yacht clubs in Palma de Mallorca

Escuela Nacional de Vela


Flag of the National Sailing School - Image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 14 June 2009

The flag of the National Sailing School, as seen in June 2009, is a dark blue, divided by a white cross. The lower fly contains the five Olympic rings in white. The canton is a flag of Spain, containing a dark blue coronet in the centre of the yellow stripe and an anchor of the same colour at the hoist end of the upper red stripe.

Klaus-Michael Schneider, 14 June 2009

Club de Mar-Mallorca

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Flag and burgee of Club de Mar-Mallorca - Images by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 13 June 2009

The flag and burgee of Club de Mar-Mallorca, as seen in May 2009, are white with a red centred cross, fimbriated yellow. In the upper hoist is a black bat topped by a black coronet.

Klaus-Michael Schneider, 14 June 2009

Club Marítimo San Antonio de la Playa


Burgee of CMSAP - Image by José Carlos Alegría, 26 December 1999

The burgee of CMSAP is made of half a white helm on blue, on the fourth part nearest to the hoist, and the Catalan-Aragonese red bars over yellow on the 3/4 to the fly.

José Carlos Alegría, 26 December 1999

Club Náutico El Arenal


Burgee of CNEA - Image by José Carlos Alegría, 26 December 1999

The burgee has the register flag of the Balearics at the center of a circle at 1/4 the length of the flag.

José Carlos Alegría, 26 December 1999

Real Club Náutico de Palma

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Burgee of RCNP, left, as prescribed; right, as used - Images by José Carlos Alegria, 17 August 1999, and Klaus-Michael Schneider, 14 June 2009, respectively

Real Club Náutico de Palma was the result of the merging in 1948 of Real Club de Regatas de Palma with Club España, both of which had been founded in the late 19th century.
The burgee of RCNP represents the register flag of Mallorca with a cross of St. George on it and the royal crown in the canton: a 20:35 medium blue triangle with a dark red cross of width 3 [units] overall (offset from the hoist by 9 units), white canton charged with a Spanish royal crown 4 units wide (photo, ¡Hola!, No. 2,767, 21 August 1997, p. 79).

José Carlos Alegria & Antínio Martins, 27 December 1999

The burgee actually flown on the roof of the club's boat house has a ximple red crown, which can indeed be better recognized.

Klaus-Michael Schneider, 14 June 2009