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Lauderdale Yacht Club (Australia)

Lauderdale, Tasmania

Last modified: 2019-01-05 by ian macdonald
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[Lauderdale Yacht Club burgee]image by Rob Raeside, 20 December 2018

Estb: 1977? Location: Roaches Beach, Lauderdale, TAS.
Burgee: Pennant 10:16 (web image). White field fimbriated blue on three sides and charged with a blue St. George's cross centred 4 units from hoist and 4 units from upper fly edge, with, on the wider horizontal arm, the white words LAUDERDALE YACHT CLUB. The thinner upper vertical arm flanked with two white right-angled triangles fimbriated blue, representing a yacht’s main and jib. The lower vertical arm flanked with two blue right-angled triangles representing a yacht's hull.
Source: accessed 18 December 2018,

“The Lauderdale Yacht Club was originally a group of sailors casually sailing out of Frederick Henry Bay with no clubhouse or any kind of facilities. The first races were held in 1997. After a lot of negotiation with the Clarence City Council it was agreed that the current location at Roaches beach would be used.”
Source: accessed 18 December 2018,
Peter Edwards, 20 December 2018