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Austrian Yacht Clubs

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Austrian Sailing Federation

Österreichischer Segler-Verband

by Jose C. Alegria

Burgee of the Austrian Sailing Federation, from (link no longer functioning). The background is white with a white cross with a thick red fimbriation. In the intersection of the arms, a dark red disk charged with something white. The original image is too small to be sure, but it looks like the Austrian eagle with an anchor superimposed, so that's what I put there.
Jorge Candeias 11 December 2000

The site at also reports this burgee.
Peter Diem, 16 August 2002

Burgenländischer Yacht-Club

by Jose C. Alegria

Burgenländischer Y.C., located in Rust, at the lake Neusiedler See.
Jose C. Alegria, 27 September 1999

This flag, of course, includes the coat of arms of Burgenland.
Željko Heimer, 28 September 1999

Union Yacht Club

image by Željko Heimer, 17 October 2007

The Union Yacht Club (having chapters on several Austrian lakes) uses a triangular pennant that is, I believe, patterned on the burgee that was used in Austrohungarian period: a white triangular pennant with the crowned Austrian shield, as in the naval ensign.

The modern UYC chapters show slightly different designs of the burgee - some defaced with inscriptions, and at last one shows it on their homepage in rectangular form (
Željko Heimer, 17 October 2007

Wiener Yachtclub

by Jose C. Alegria

Wiener Yachtclub, located at the Alte Donau, Wien (Vienna), was established in 1924 as Floridsdorfer Segelverein.
Jose C. Alegria, 12 February 2004

Yacht Club Austria

both by Jose C. Alegria

Yacht Club Austria - International Austrian Cruising Club, whose headquarters are located at Lederergasse 88, Linz, was established in 1974. Sometimes they put black lines.
Jose C. Alegria,
12 February 2004