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image by Ivan Sache, 9 July 2002
Staniel Cay Yacht Club is based on the island of Staniel Cay.
This island is nestled in the magnificent chain of Bahamian
Islands called The Exuma Cays (a.k.a. "Exumas").
Staniel Cay lies approximately 75 miles south of Nassau and 250
miles of southeast of Florida. The island itself is less than 2
square miles in area. A small Bahamian village lies on the
western shore, just a short walk south from the Staniel Cay Yacht
Club. The burgee of SCYC is white with a blue border all around,
a red >
shaped figure inside and the letters SC in blue inside the red >.
Source: SCYC website, <www.stanielcay.com>.
Ivan Sache, 9 July 2002
image by Clay Moss, 2 October 2007
image by Clay Moss, 29 September 2007
One of the non-UK yacht clubs whose members may apply through
club secretary to the Second Sea Lord for an individual warrant
for a special ensign if they own a British registered yacht is
Royal Nassau Sailing Club (Bahamas) - Blue Ensign with club
David Prothero, 30 October 2002
This RNSC ensign was approved by the club's secretary. RNSC's
website can be found at <www.rnsc.org>.
Clay Moss, 29 September 2007
image by Clay Moss, 9 October 2008
This afternoon, a very nice Royal Nassau Sailing Club ensign
arrive from Nassau. We found it interesting as its proportions
are 2:3. Apparently, the club orders its ensigns from the US
instead of having them made in the UK. The defacement in my
illustration is placed exactly as it is on the ensign here with
the tops of the letters "R" and "C" touching
the horizontal center point of the fly.
Anyway, since the RNSC's actual usage ensign varies from the standard variety British 1:2 ensign, I thought we might want to post this along with our 1:2 RNSC ensign.
Clay Moss, 9 October 2008