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Rampart Owners Club (United Kingdom)

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[Rampart Owners Club] image located by Peter Edwards, 18 January 2019
 

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Club Burgee

Burgee: Rectangle circa 12:13 (web image). Blue field embattled yellow on three edges and charged with the club’s badge on a white oval.
Source: accessed 17 January 2019, http://rampartownersclub.com/?p=44 

"The Rampart Owners Club is for all those interested in the boats constructed by the Rampart Boatbuilding Co Ltd. We welcome current and previous owners of Ramparts and all those with an enthusiasm for these beautiful boats. . . . The Rampart Boat Building Works was started by George Alexander Desty just after the First World War on Vespasian Road in Bitterne Manor, near Southampton and stayed there until it moved to the huge yard of Maxim Marine in 1985. The Rampart Boat Building Works eventually merged with Victoria Marine, signalling the end of a long and highly successful boatbuilding career, and the Desty brothers left the business in the early 1990s to pursue other interests. The club arranges annual meetings and gatherings of Rampart boats, maintains an archive of information about the boats and the company that built them, publishes quarterly members newsletter and provides mutual advice and support to help keep boats in active use.”

Source: accessed 18 January 2019, http://rampartownersclub.com/?page_id=23 
With the assistance of John Sheffield, Honorary Secretary Sussex Motor Yacht Club.
Peter Edwards, 18 January 2019