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Last modified: 2021-01-09 by klaus-michael schneider
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[Deutscher Segler Verband]
image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 28 Feb 2009
[Deutscher Motor Yacht Verband]
3:5 image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 11 July 2007
   

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Yacht Club Dagebüll-Schlüttsiel e.V.

[Yacht Club Dagebüll-Schlüttsiel e.V. (German YC)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider and Ivan Sache, 18 Dec 2020

The club is located in Northern Frisia, close to the Danish border. The pennant is divided by converging stripes into yellow over red over blue, the Frisian colours. Shifted to the hoist there is a black kettle, containing some red stuff.
Source: I spotted this car-sticker on 5 April 2007 in HH-St.Georg.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 26 Feb 2009


Dahme Jacht-Club e.V.

[Dahme Jacht-Club e.V. (German YC)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider and Ivan Sache, 19 Dec 2020

The pennant is blue, in a throughout white triangle pointing to hoist is a blue inscription "DJC".
Source: yacht club webpage
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 19 Dec 2020

Berliner Jollen Club e.V. (until 1920)

[Berliner Jollen Club e.V. (until 1920) (German YC)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider and Ivan Sache, 19 Dec 2020

The black pennant was parted by a throughout lozenge parted of white (hoist) and red (fly).
Source: Exhibition: "Historie des Wassersports am Rummelsburger See", hoarding no.15

The Dahme Jacht-Club was established in 1897 as Berliner Jollen Club e.V.. Its members had been mainly labourers. The size of boats was limited to 8 sqm. Due to the change of its base and a new sponsor the club was renamed and re-established, getting its current name, and kept the old pennant until approx. 1937.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 19 Dec 2020


Wasser Sport Verein Delphin e.V.

[Wasser Sport Verein Delphin e.V. (German YC)] speculative image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 9 May 2019

White pennant with logo shifted to the hoist. The logo is a red shield fimbriated blue, in centre a yellow ellipse charged with a blue dolphin, blue inscriptions "WSV DELPHIN" (above) and "HAMBURG 1979" (beneath). The club is based in Hamburg and was established in 1979.
Source: club webpage
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 9 May 2019


Deutsche Marine-Jugend

[Deutsche Marine-Jugend (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 11 May 2002

This one refers to an institution called Deutsche Marine-Jugend, which has this website. The name means German Maritime Youth and it was founded in 1926, with its main office in Iserlohn, today Northrhine-Westphalia.
The burgee is a blue triangular flag with a white cross throughout and a white disc centered in the intersection of the cross'es arms, charged with a blue anchor. The original images (the one at the contemporary site and the old one I had in my files) are way too small to help with the design of the anchor, so that drawing you see is just my rendition of a generic anchor.
Jorge Candeias, 5 Dec 2005


Deutscher Segler-Club e.V.

[Deutscher Segler-Club e.V. (German YC) ] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider and Ivan Sache, 4 Jan 2021

The club was established in 1931. Its main purpose was the development and support of the new blood of the Berlin Clubs belonging to Deutscher Segler-Bund (DSB), which was however dissolved in 1933. The base for its main purpose was discarded and the club turned to a usual sailing club, doing cruising and racing. Since 1933 it used the pennant of the dissolved DSB.
Source: yacht club website
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 4 Jan 2021


Deutscher Motorboot-Klub

[Deutscher Motorbootklub (German YC) ] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider and Ivan Sache, 12 Dec 2020

The pennant was white, parted by a black saltire cotised white-red. On the point of intersction of the bars is a white disc charged with a black fowl anchor and cotised black-white-red. Black-white-red had been the colours of the German national flag until 1918. I guess, the club had been dissolved at the latest during the NS-rule (1933 - 1945).
Source: Braunbecks Sport Lexikon, published by Braunbeck-Gutenberg-AG, Berlin 1910
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 12 Dec 2020


Deutscher Yacht Club e.V.

[Deutscher Yacht Club e.V. (German YC)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider and Ivan Sache, 6 Jan 2021

The club was established in 1906 and based in Berlin. The pennant was a black-white-red horizontal tricolour, the colours of the then German national flag. Shifted to hoist in a white lozenge was a black eagle from the German arms.
Source: DSB Almanac 1912-1919, p.8
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 6 Jan 2021


Yacht Club des Deutschen Touring Clubs (DTC Yachtclub)

[DTC Yachtclub (German YC)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 26 Feb 2014

The white pennant is divided by an off centred, celestial blue cross. A vertical bar of the same colour is at the hoist. In a white disc are golden initials "DTC". The "T" is bigger. Cross, disc and bar are fimbriated golden. In the upper hoist corner between bar and cross is a black over white over red horizontal tricolour
Please note: As my source is an online catalogue, displaying flagpins instead of flags, the golden fimbriation on a flag is not for sure.
Source: this webpage
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 26 Feb 2014


Deutsch Schweizerischer Motorboot Club e.V.

[Deutsch Schweizerischer Motorboot Club e.V. (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 7 May 2002

White field with two light blue triangles placed along the hoist, the letters DS in black in the upper triangle, the letters MC in black in the lower triangle, a black helm in the white field. This is a "German-Swiss" yacht club, most probably based very close to the Swiss border.
Source: yacht club website
Ivan Sache, 7 May 2002

This club is based in Konstanz and does include sailboats, in spite of the name.
John Ayer, 12 May 2002


Motor-Yacht-Club von Deutschland e.V.

[Motor-Yacht-Club von Deutschland e.V. (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 11 May 2002

Quarterly divided black-white-red-black pennant with a white star in canton. The yacht club was founded 1907, so its burgee most probably predates the current German national flag [see 1871-1919 national flag].
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 11 May 2002


Sport-Segel-Club Diemelsee e.V.

[Sport-Segel-Club Diemelsee e.V. (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 12 June 2002

Vertically divided pennant white-blue-green, stripes proportion ca. 4:1:2, with a black sailing boat made of a right triangle and a half-disc "sailing" over the blue stripe. Lake Diemel (Diemelsee) is located west of Kassel, within the Natural Protected Area of Diemelsee.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 12 June 2002


Dreieich-Segelclub Langen e.V.

[Dreieich-Segelclub Langen e.V. (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 7 May 2002

Horizontally divided red-blue pennant with a stylized white sailing boat ?three triangles? and the letters DSCL in white below the boat. Langen is located between Frankfurt and Darmstadt.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 7 May 2002


Dresdner Segelclub 1910 e.V.

[Dresdner Segelclub 1910 e.V. (German YC)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider and Ivan Sache, 12 Dec 2020

The pennant is white, parted by a blue lozenge at fly.
Source: yacht club website
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 12 Dec 2020


Segelclub Dresden-Wachwitz e.V.

[Segelclub Dresden-Wachwitz e.V. (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 13 May 2002

Black pennant with two yellow triangular borders. Black and yellow are the municipal colours of Dresden.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 13 May 2002

The yacht club website shows a more complex burgee, with three stylized, black and yellow sailing boats on the canton, the yellow letters SCW on the central stripe and a counterchanged, slightly slant, fouled anchor between both elements.
Santiago Dotor, 19 September 2005


Duisburger Kanu- und Segelclub e.V.

[Duisburger Kanu- und Segelclub e.V. (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 7 May 2002

Vertically divided red-white-red (1:2:1) with a broad white stripe placed vertically along the hoist and charged with the red letters DKSC placed vertically. The whole flag has a white and red border. Red and white are the municipal colours of Duisburg.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 7 May 2002


Duisburger Yacht-Club e.V.

[Duisburger Yacht-Club e.V. (German YC)] image by Ivan Sache, 7 May 2002

Blue field with a white and red (1:3) border and six yellow four-pointed stars placed in three vertical rows 3 + 2 + 1. Source: < http://www.duyc.de > Red and white are the municipal colours of Duisburg.
Source: yacht club website.
Ivan Sache, 7 May 2002


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