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image by Olivier Touzeau, 28 May 2017
The Tourist Bureau of the little island of Saba is located in the village of
Windwardside. There are in the village 420 inhabitants, which is considered as
the tourist center of the island, multiple shops, a maritime museum and several
hotels and inns.
The Tourist Bureau flies the Netherlands flag; the flag of Saba; and a white flag with the central drawing of the former tourism logo of Saba (which can be seen here: http://sabatourism.com/contactus.html), showing a typical village of white houses with red roofs in the green volcanic mountains of the island, and with, in Times New Roman and in greenish, the words SABA (in bold) at the upper left side of the drawing, and the words “DUTCH CARIBBEAN” below the drawing. Oddly enough, all the images I can find show that the flag is hoisted from the right side, with the letters to be read from the fly to the hoist.
See pictures here:
https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com from https://fr.pinterest.com/aribtraveler/saba-unspoiled-caribbean-queen/
https://static.wixstatic.com/media/ from https://www.petescottagesaba.com/saba?lightbox=dataItem-ike5bcz6
Olivier Touzeau, 28 May 2017