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Last modified: 2021-01-08 by klaus-michael schneider
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[Deutscher Segler Verband]
image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 28 Feb 2009
[Deutscher Motor Yacht Verband]
3:5 image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 11 July 2007
   

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Boot-Sport-Verein Achim-Thedinghausen e.V.

[Boot-Sport-Verein Achim-Thedinghausen (German YC)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider and Ivan Sache, 12 Dec 2020

The pennant is parted per cross into yellow (upper hoist and lower fly), blue (lower hoist) and white (upper fly).
Source: yacht club website
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 12 Dec 2020


ADAC Yacht Club (Allgemeiner Deutscher Automobilclub)

[ADAC boatflag2]
image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 21 Aug 2008
based upon a photo located by Jörg M. Karaschewski, 6 Jul 2003

Today the ADAC yacht club probably does no longer exist. My next door neighbour is employee of the club, she doesn't know anything about the existence of the yacht club. Instead there are many other yacht clubs members of the ADAC, which is an automobile club.
Description of flag#1: It is a white triangular pennant, divided by a reddish Scandinavian cross with yellow and black fimbriation (colours of German national flag). The intersection point of crossbars is superimposed by a white roundel with red-yellow-black fimbriation containing a black eagle, surrounded by black capitals in German Fraktur script "ADAC". The horizontal crossbar is shaped like an arrowhead at the flyend. In the upper hoist is a diagonal black anchor with a rope.
Source: Image redrawn from Jörg M. Karaschewski'sphoto

I was reading my car club newsletter where there is a report from 100 years of german national auto-club ADAC. It includes a photo from 50 years celebration held in 1953, showing president Theodor Heuss (first West German president 1949-1959, serving two terms) visiting ADAC. In the background there is a flag of ADAC, vertically displayed - white with black cotized Scandinavian cross on the center of which is a black bordered white disk with black displayed eagle between letters ADAC written in German Fraktur.

What strikes me as odd is that the flag has certainly a political connotation that I find unusual for 1953, though certainly this is not based on the Nazi flag, but the older Imperial banner. Is the flag still used?
Željko Heimer, 27 Jun 2003

Very much like what I saw in 1953 photo. Of course, there the flag was rectangular and without the anchor, but that is quite expected, right. The colours I was not aware, I assumed the "Prussian" cotized cross (i.e. like Imperial naval ensign), but obviously the cross is red with yellow and black borders.
Željko Heimer, 6 Jul 2003


[ADAC boatflag1]
image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 21 Aug 2008

Description of flag#2:
Its nearly the same like #1 but not ending in an arrowhead at the fly.
Source: I spotted this flag on 21 October 2007 in HH-Borgfelde


Segel-Club Ahoi (Berlin)

[Segel-Club Ahoi / Berlin (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 5 Jun 2002

White pennant with a red saltire.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 5 Jun 2002


Segel Club Ahoi Schleswig

[Segel Club Ahoi Schleswig] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider and Peter Hans van den Muijzenberg, 15 June 2014

It is a white pennant with a red cotised cross.
Source: club's website.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 22 Feb 2009


Akademischer Segel-Club zu Berlin

[Akademischer Segel-Club zu Berlin (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 21 June 2002

White pennant with a thin black triangle stretching from hoist to fly.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 21 June 2002


Akademischer Segelverein Warnemünde e.V.

[Akademischer Segelverein Warnemünde e.V. (German YC)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider and Ivan Sache, 29 Dec 2020

The pennant is horizontally parted of red and blue, shifted to the hoist is a logo, displaying an anchor connected with an open book in an annulet, all yellow. The logo is that one of the Nautic School of Wustrow, which later moved to Warnemünde. The club is an offspring of HSG Warnemünde, which has the same logo but no proper pennant.
Source: this website.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 29 Dec 2020


Akademischer Segler-Verein (Berlin)

[Akademischer Segler-Verein (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 21 Jun 2002

Three blue-white-red triangles fitted into each other.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 21 Jun 2002


Akademischer Seglerverein der RWTH in Aachen

[Akademischer Seglerverein der RWTH in Aachen (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 21 Jun 2002

Black pennant with a yellow arrow pointing to the hoist.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 21 Jun 2002


Akademischer Segler-Verein Hamburg

[Akademischer Segler-Verein Hamburg (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 21 June 2002

A pennant quarterly divided by a white saltire, black-red-red-black.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 21 June 2002

Akademischer Segler-Verein Hamburg

[Akademischer Segler-Verein Hamburg (variant)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider and Ivan Sache, 16 Dec 2020

It is a white triangular pennant, divided in the middle by two blue parallel horizontal lines. Shifted to the hoist the lines are superimposed by a red sail over a white sail.
Source: I spotted this car sticker on 17 November 2007
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 21 Aug 2008


Akademischer Segler-Verein in Kiel

[Akademischer Segler-Verein in Kiel (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 21 June 2002

Red pennant with a blue chevron fimbriated white.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 21 June 2002


Akademischer Seglerverein in München

[Akademischer Segler-Verein in München (German YC)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider and Ivan Sache, 12 Dec 2020

It is a blue pennant, parted by a thin white saltire.
Source: yacht club website.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 12 Dec 2020


Akademischer Seglerverein zu Greifswald

[Akademischer Seglerverein zu Greifswald (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 21 June 2002

Three red-white-red triangles fitted into each other. In ordeer to distinguish from pennant of its successorAkademischer Segler-Verein zu Lübeck, the red triangle at hoist was added after 1945.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 21 June 2002

Red-white-red are the colours of Greifswald.
Santiago Dotor, 3 Nov 2005


Akademischer Seglerverein zu Hannover

[Akademischer Seglerverein zu Hannover (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 21 June 2002

White pennant with five red-white-black-white-red (1:1:2:1:1) chevrons.
Source: yacht club website
Ivan Sache, 21 June 2002


Akademischer Segler-Verein zu Lübeck

[Akademischer Seglerverein zu Lübeck (German YC)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider and Ivan Sache, 12 Dec 2020

It is a white pennant with red bordures at top and bottom. The club was established in 1908 in Greifswald and re-established in 1968 in Lübeck. The pennant is the former one of Akademischer Segler-Verein zu Greifswald. Furthermore red and white are the colours of Lübeck and the Hanseatic League as well.
Source: yacht club website
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 12 Dec 2020


Akademischer Segler-Verein zu Rostock

[Akademischer Seglerverein zu Rostock (German YC)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider and Ivan Sache, 29 Dec 2020

The club was established in 1919. Between 1945 and 1990 the club was registered in Hamburg but basically defunct. Instead there existed a sailing department of HSG Rostock, the sports club of the University of Rostock. The club was revived in 1990.
The current pennant is blue, parted by a blue off-centred cross fimbriated white. In ist centre is a yellow oval, charged with a black griffin passant.
Source: yacht club website
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 29 Dec 2020

Pennant 1919 - 1937

[Akademischer Seglerverein zu Rostock 1919 - 1937 (German YC)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider and Ivan Sache, 29 Dec 2020

The pennant was yellow charged with a black griffin passant and blue bordures at top and bottom edge.
Source: yacht club website
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 29 Dec 2020


Akademischer Yacht-Club Aachen

[Akademischer Yacht-Club Aachen (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 21 June 2002

Or Segeltechnische Arbeitsgruppe an der RWTH-Aachen - Green pennant with an orange arrow head pointing to the fly.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 21 June 2002


Ruder-Club Aken

[RC Aken (Rowing Club, Germany)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 16 Jan 2007

Flag of the RCA also in this webpage.
Dov Gutterman, 26 Jan 2002


Allgemeiner Hessischer Yacht-Club

[Allgemeiner Hessischer Yacht-Club (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 5 May 2002

White flag with a red cross, the arms of Hesse in the canton and a blue anchor in the lower hoist.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 5 May 2002


Segelclub Alster e.V.

[Segelclub Alster e.V. (German YC)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider and Ivan Sache, 14 Dec 2020

The pennant is bendy of seven of turquoise and yellow, issuant from base a swan najant white.
Source: yacht club website.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 14 Dec 2020


Segelclub Alsterufer e.V.

[Segelclub Alsterufer e.V. (German YC)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider and Ivan Sache, 14 Dec 2020

The pennant is green, parted by a black saltire fimbriated white.
Source: yacht club website.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 14 Dec 2020


Seglerverein "Alt-Gaarz"

[Seglerverein "Alt-Gaarz" (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 11 Jun 2002

Pennant divided per saltire, blue-white.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 11 Jun 2002


Altmühltal-Segelclub 1970

[Altmühltal-Segelclub 1970 (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 13 Sep 2005

Horizontally divided red-white with a stylized A countercharged. Altmühltal is the valley of the river Altmühl, tributary of the Danube in Kelheim, between Ingolstadt and Regensburg.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 5 May 2002


Altonaer Segelclub

[Altonaer Segelclub (German YC)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 8 May 2019

The club is based in Hamburg-Finkenwerder. Pennant parted by a black saltire of red (hoist and fly) and white (top and bottom).
Source: yacht club website.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 8 May 2019


Segler-Vereinigung Altona Oevelgönne

[Segler-Vereinigung Altona Oevelgönne (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 10 June 2002

Black pennant with a yellow Scandinavian cross. Altona is a part of Hamburg city.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 10 June 2002


Segler-Vereinigung "Alt-Preußen"

[Segler-Vereinigung "Alt-Preußen" (German YC)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider and Ivan Sache, 18 Dec 2020

The club was based in Königsberg. The pennant was parted per saltire of black and white, the Prussian colours.
Source: DBS Almanac 1925, flag chart III row 4 column 5
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 18 Dec 2020


American International Yacht Club Berlin

[American International Yacht Club Berlin (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 5 May 2002

Blue field with three white-red-white thin vertical stripes at hoist, the letters AIYCB in white placed vertically in the red stripe, and a white eagle spreading its wings on the blue field.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 5 May 2002


Ammerlander Segel-Club

[Ammerlander Segel-Club (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 5 May 2002

Red flag with a big blue canton with a white thin diagonal stripe and a white star on each side of the stripe.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 5 May 2002

The club is situated in Ammerland, a village on the south-east shore of the Starnberger See south of Munich.
Stefan Schwoon, 6 May 2002

King Ludwig II of Bavaria drowned in the Starnberger See in 1886. Whether it was an accident caused by his mental disorders or an assassination intended to end the independence of Bavaria remains controversial.
Ivan Sache, 6 May 2002


Nautic Club Ammersee

[Nautic Club Ammersee (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 1 Jul 2002

Nautic Club Ammersee (Bavaria) - Dark blue burgee with four triangles (with different shapes!) and a yellow steering wheel. Ammersee is a Bavarian lake located south-west of Munich.
Source: Club website.
Ivan Sache, 1 Jul 2002


Yacht-Club Ansbach Gunzenhausen

[Yacht-Club Ansbach Gunzenhausen (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 19 Jun 2002

Red pennant with a white fly separated by a serration. Three stylized sailing boats (white sail over black hull) in the red field. Ansbach is located in Middle Franconia, west of Nuremberg, on the river Frankische Rezat. Gunzenhausen is located 20 km south-east of Ansbach, on the river Altmühl. The serration on the flag recalls the Franconian rake.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 19 Jun 2002


Segel-Club Argo (Berlin)

[Segel-Club Argo (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 5 Jun 2002

White pennant with a black border, divided by a black scandinavian cross. In the middle of the cross, a red disc including a white hexagram pointing towards upper hoist. Source: yacht club website.
Argo was the vessel on which Jaso and the Argonauts sailed to Colchis to capture the Golden Fleece. They succeeded with the help of the magician Medea. On the way back, Jaso abandoned Medea, who by revenge cut the throat of their children. The story inspired several writers such as Euripides, Seneca and Corneille, as well as the movie maker Pier Paolo Pasolini, with Maria Callas as Medea.
Ivan Sache, 5 Jun 2002


Arnisser Segelclub

[Arnisser Segelclub] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 25 Feb 2009

It is a red pennant divided by a black saltire, which is in the centre superimposed by a white disc.
Source: I spotted this car-sticker on 18 February 2007 in Hamburg-Eilbek.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 25 Feb 2009

It is Arnisser Segelclub, first burgee on the list, here.
Website (note initials on the disk - they are not official it seems):
See p. 41 of pdf file for burgee history, here (click "Festzeitschrift Seiten 30 - 41"): Klaus-Michael Schneider was right - one of the many North German clubs.
Jan Mertens, 25 Feb 2009


Wassersportgemeinschaft Arnis/Grödersby e.V.

[Wassersportgemeinschaft Arnis/Grödersby e.V.] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 24 Dec 2020

The pennant is blue with a thin red bordure and parted by two white chevrons pointing to hoist.
Source: yacht club website
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 24 Dec 2020


Yacht- und Ruderclub Attendorn

[Yacht- und Ruderclub Attendorn] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider and Peter Hans van den Muijzenberg, 15 June 2014

It is a white pennant with 8 black trapeziums forming a centred cross. In the upper hoist is a red crescent with its horns facing the hoist. The pennant shows the coat of arms of the city of Attendorn.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 1 July 2007


Segler-Verein "Atlantic" (Hamburg)

[Segler-Verein "Atlantic"]
image by Klaus-Michael Schneider and Ivan Sache, 16 Dec 2020
[Atlantic (Detail)]
image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 12 Nov 2008
   

It is a yellow pennant, divided by a white cross, cotized black and white and shifted to the hoist. In the canton is a red Maltese cross cotized black with a disc in its centre with the small arms of Hamburg.
Source: I spotted this car sticker on 4 September 2008 in Hamburg-Borgfelde. Flag was identified with help by Jan Mertens.
Klaus-Michael Schneider,12 Nov 2008


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