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image by Peter Edwards, 9 November 2017
The Alexandra Yacht Club, Southend-on-Sea, uses a blue burgee with the
three white seaxes on a red shield. I did not find their homepage, but I did find
the burgee also at
Jonathan Dixon, 22 August 2005
Image: Lloyd's Register of Yachts 1896.
"[On 15th. January 1873] The club was to be named after the Princess of Wales, later Queen Alexandra, and to be known as 'The Alexandra Club'. . . [in] 1878 [a] proposal was carried unanimously and the Alexandra Yacht Club [was] born. . . . Six designs for a burgee were drawn up but the one chosen was red with the Essex Arms . . ." [In 1883] the burgee was changed to blue with Essex Arms".
Caroline Gibb http://www.alexyachtclub.co.uk/index1.htm
Peter Edwards, 9 November 2017
The (German) Flaggenbuch 1905 states that the red ensign is used without
badge (i.e. undefaced) by different yacht clubs based on a warrant and lists
this yacht club as using the red ensign.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 10 October 2019