Last modified: 2011-04-16 by rob raeside
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image located by Jan Mertens, 9 March 2011
Crookhaven of County Cork, Ireland, is the seat of the Crookhaven Harbour
Sailing Club. Website:
http://www.crookhavenhsc.com/index.html. As explained on the ‘Sailing
Course’ page (left menu), “Crookhaven Harbour Sailing Club is traditionally a
summer sailing club. It offers great sailing, a scenic location and good fun
located on the south coast and not far from Ireland’s most southerly point-
CHSC was founded in 1976. ISA certified courses are organized; see also the extensive ‘Gallery’ for photos of regattas, national championships, or just sailing.
A drawing of the burgee appears here (it may also be seen as a sticker on boats or painted on the clubhouse’s façade): http://www.sailingnetworks.com/organisation/view/7397. It is a dark blue burgee bearing what appears to be a shepherd’s crook, the staff pointing to the fly tip and the curve enclosing a simplified upright anchor.
The club’s website banner indicates that the (canting) crook is white and the anchor really yellow so I have tried to remedy that.
Jan Mertens, 9 March 2011