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Yachthafengemeinschaft Maasholm

[Yachthafengemeinschaft Maasholm (German YC)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 11 Nov 2008

It is a blue pennant. In the upper hoist is a white steering wheel, in the lower hoist two white barry wavy lines. Shifted to the flyend are red capital letters "YGM".
Source: I spotted this car sticker in autumn 2006 in Hamburg.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 11 Nov 2008

Yachthafengemeinschaft Maasholm e.V. - homepage.
Aleksandar Nemet, 12 Nov 2008


Segler-Vereinigung Malente-Gremsmühlen e.V.

[Segler-Vereinigung Malente-Gremsmühlen e.V. (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, modified by Santiago Dotor, 14 Oct 2005

Orange field with a blue Scandinavian cross. Malente is located on the Dieksee, in the so-called Holstein Switzerland.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 11 June 2002

The burgee has a certain Nassau look.
Santiago Dotor, 14 Oct 2005


Segler-Vereinigung Mannheim e.V.

[Segler-Vereinigung Mannheim e.V. (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 11 June 2002

Pennant made up of a broad vertical blue stripe [on the hoist], two white, isosceles triangles placed vertically, with their bases on the blue stripe, and a red lozenge on the fly. A white wolf trap is placed vertically in the blue stripe.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 11 June 2002

The city colours of Mannheim are blue-white-red. From Ralf Hartemink's International Civic Arms website, quoting Stadler 1964-1971 [staXX]:
"The arms remained unchanged until the early 18th century, when the diamonds [i.e. Bavarian lozenges] were replaced by the so-called wolf-iron. This symbol was used as a village and city symbol on border stones, but not as arms. The arms were officially granted in 1896."
A similar wolf-iron (German: Wolfsangel) can be found in the flag of Halberstadt (Saxony-Anhalt).
Santiago Dotor, 12 June 2002


Marathon-Segelclub Burghausen e.V.

[Marathon-Segelclub Burghausen e.V. (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 10 May 2002

Blue pennant with a red border and a white triangle charged with the letter "M" in red. Burghausen is located in the East of Bavaria, on the Austrian border.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 10 May 2002


Segel Klub Minden e.V.

[Segel Klub Minden e.V. (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 6 June 2002

Quarterly divided blue-red pennant. Minden (80,000 inhabitants), renowned for its cathedral, is located on the river Weser, which is crossed there by the Mittelland Kanal.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 6 June 2002


Mittelmeer Yacht-Club München

[Mittelmeer Yacht-Club München (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 1 Jul 2002

Mittelmeer Yacht-Club München (Bavaria) - White burgee with a white and blue windrose (NESW), whose eastern branch extends until the point of the burgee.
Mittelmeer is the Mediterranean Sea.
Source: Club website.
Ivan Sache, 6 June 2002


Seglergemeinschaft am Müggelsee e.V.

[Seglergemeinschaft am Müggelsee e.V. (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 8 June 2002

Blue pennant with two white triangles bordered by alternating blue and white vertical lines. The Grosser Müggelsee is a large lake formed by the river Spree in former East Berlin, near Friedrichshagen.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 8 June 2002


Mühlenberger Segel-Club

[Mühlenberger Segel-Club (German YC)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 18 February 2009

Mühlenberger Segel-Club
The club is located in Hamburg-Blankenese. Its pennant is red with a black cross shifted to the hoist. The centre of the cross is superimposing a black diamond fimbriated white.
Source: I spotted this flag at club’s boat house in Blankenese on 23 July 2007
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 18 February 2009


Seglergemeinschaft München e.V.

[Seglergemeinschaft München e.V. (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 9 June 2002

Horizontally divided red-black with three white sails.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 9 June 2002


Münchner Yacht Club e.V.

[Münchner Yacht Club e.V. (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 11 May 2002

Yellow pennant with a black Scandinavian cross and a blue six-pointed star, fimbriated white, placed over the cross. Black and yellow are the municipal colours of Munich. The star looks like a Magen David and I guess there is some Jewish link here.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 11 May 2002


Segel-Club Münster e.V.

[Segel-Club Münster (German YC)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 4 Jul 2007

It is a yellow edged pennant, divided in the middle by a horizontal line. In the white upper half are yellow capital letters "SC" over a yellow lower case "m", all shifted to the hoist. In the blue lower half is the coat of arms of the city of Münster shifted to the hoist.
Source: club's website.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 4 Jul 2007


Segelclub Hansa Münster

[Segelclub Hansa Münster (German YC)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 4 Jul 2007

Segelclub Hansa Münster
It is a red pennant, divided by a yellow scandinavian cross. In the red canton is the black silhouette of the historical gothic townhall of Münster.
Yellow and red have been the colours of the bishopric of Münster, which existed as a sovereign state until 1803.
Source: club's website.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 4 Jul 2007


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