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Ringhaddy Cruising Club (United Kingdom)

Northern Ireland

Last modified: 2022-07-16 by rob raeside
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Tradition says that the RUYC ensign shown above is the appropriate ensign while the club's website suggests that the variant below might be more accurate.
Clay Moss, 29 May 2008


[Burgee of Ringhaddy Cruising Club] image located by Peter Hans van den Muijzenberg, 14 June 2022

The whole of Ulster, in fact all of Ireland, holds only a single fjord. This water is the Strangford Lough, which we know from the Strangford Lough Yacht Club, that has this as its home waters. Maybe some two kilometres further south, is another club: The Ringhaddy Cruising Club.

The club was founded in 1975, and the Ringhaddy Sound gives it a natural deep-water anchorage. They do not give any information about their burgee, that I could see, but they provided a nice example image.
Peter Hans van den Muijzenberg, 14 June 2022