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St. Francis Yacht Club (U.S.)


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[St. Francis Yacht Club] image by Rob Raeside, 20 April 2010

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The page at gives a list of links towards the homepages of the Yacht Clubs of the Bay of San Francisco, and most of them show their flag on their respective homepage.
Ivan Sache, 24 May 2000

St. Francis Yacht Club

St. Francis Yacht Club -
"2.1 Burgee - The burgee of the Club shall be a pointed flag the width two-thirds the length; the device two white triangular fields (based on the hoist) each in width one-half the width of the entire flag and in length one-half the length of the entire flag; a five-pointed red star with a diameter 22% of the width (hoist), each with one point upward in each of said two white fields, located at one-third the length of the field and half the width of the field; a navy (old glory) blue triangular field between the two said white fields; and the remaining triangular field red; all the triangular fields being of the same size."

The St. Francis Yacht Club is located On the Marina, San Francisco, CA. "The St. Francis Yacht Club was founded in 1927 ... The yacht harbor was begun as part of the Panama Pacific Exposition of 1915, to mark the opening of the Panama Canal."

Peter Hans van den Muijzenberg, 2 May 2010