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Vendée (Department, France): Yacht clubs

Last modified: 2010-12-04 by ivan sache
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Association Maupas Plaisanciers

[Flag of AMP]         [Burgee of AMP]

Flag and burgee of AMP - Imagse by Ivan Sache, 24 August 2010

Association Maupas Plaisanciers (AMP) was founded by non- professional fishers in La Tranche-sur-Mer. The association is named after the Maupas Cove.

The flag of AMP (photo), hoisted over the association's club house, is square, white with the logo of AMP.
The logo of AMP is a blue ring surrounding a sailing and a motor boat (refelcting the two sections of AMP), above "LA TRANCHE" and "Membre de la FNPPSF", all in blue.
The FNPPSF is the Fédération Nationale des Pêcheurs Plaisanciers et Sportifs de France, that is the French National Federation of Non-Professional Fishers.
The burgee of AMP (photo) is a triangular version of the association's flag.

Ivan Sache, 24 August 2010


Association Nautique de Bourgenay

[Burgee of ANB]

Burgee of ANB - Image by Ivan Sache, 19 July 2003

Port-Bourgenay, created in 1985, is the marina of the village of Bourgenay, located near the small town of Talmont-Saint-Hilaire, 13 km south-east of Les Sables-d'Olonne.
Association Nautique de Bourgenay (ANB) was created in 1977. In 1988, the ANB organized the yachting French Open (Open de France).

The burgee of ANB (image) is horizontally divided yellow blue with a very stylized black "ANB" lettering in the middle.

Ivan Sache, 19 July 2003


Cercle Voile du Bois de la Chaize

[CV Bois de la Chaize]

Burgee of CVB - image by Ivan Sache, 17 May 2001

Bois de la Chaize is a forest extending over 60 ha on the island of Noirmoutier. The forest is famous for its pinetrees, ilex, and mimosas, which are rather rare on the Atlantic coast.

The burgee of Cercle Voile du Bois de la Chaize (CVB) (image) is white with the letters "C" (big, in red), "V B C" (small, in black)

Ivan Sache, 17 May 2001