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Flag (unconfirmed) and burgee of the CVD - Images by Ivan Sache, 3 September 2006
The municipality of Follainville-Dennemont (1,912 inhabitants) is located on the right (northern) bank of the river Seine, c. 50 km downstream from Paris and 6 km from the town of Mantes-la-Jolie, which is located across the river. The village of Dennemont, where the philosoph Condorcet (1743-1794) had his castle, was part of the municipality of Saint-Martin-la-Garenne before being merged with Dennemont to form the today's municipality.
The Cercle de Voile de Dennemont (CVD; website) is based on a small island;
the stretch of the river allocated to the club is located between kilometric points (PK) PK 112 and PK 116. The club was founded in 1926 and its club house is the former ballroom of Auberge du Vieux Moulin (Old
The CVD website shows a possible club flag, white with an off-centred cross made of blue-white-red stripes. The burgee of the club is shown on the emblem of the club, to be seen on the posters advertizing the races organized by the CVD (Coupe Vent d'Ouest, Coupe de la Seine and Trophée la Parisienne Muscadet - Coupe Coillard). It is a triangular version of the possible flag with the canton horizontally divided blue-red.
Ivan Sache, 3 September 2006
Burgee of the CMC - Images by Ivan Sache, 26 May 2012
The Cercle du Motonautisme Classique (CMC; website), based at Villers-Saint-Frédéric, near Versailles, was founded by Henry-Jacques and Christine Pechdimaldjian. The club groups owners of racing and leisure powerboats involved in the preservation of the heritage of classical powerboating. They participate to international meetings, such as Hélice classique held in Geneva; another main task of CMC is research and archiving of historical documents on powerboating.
The burgee of CMC (photo, photo, photo) is horizontally divided blue-red with a thin white horizontal stripe in the middle, in the middle a white disk charged with a black propeller.
Ivan Sache, 26 May 2012
Burgee of YCP - Image by Ivan Sache, 14 December 2005
The posh town of Le Pecq (17,063 inhabitants - Alpicois) is located 22 km west of Paris. Crossed northwards-southwards by the river Seine, Le Pecq is the birth city of Jacques Tati (Jacques Tatischeff, 1907-1982), one of the most fascinating French movie makers (Jour de fête, 1949; Les vacances de M. Hulot, 1953; Mon oncle, 1958; Playtime, 1967; Trafic, 1971).
Yacht Club du Pecq (website) was founded in 1967; its club house is located on
the right bank of the Seine and its members can sail between the
islands of La Loge and Corbière.
The burgee of YCP (photo) is horizontally divided blue-white-light with the emblem of the club in the middle. The emblem of YCP is a light blue disc bearing a stylized combinations of the initials of the club name.
Ivan Sache, 14 December 2005
Flag of the YCP - Image by Ivan Sache, 14 December 2005
The Yacht Club de Porcheville (YCP) was founded in 1953 in the town of Porcheville, located on the river Seine 35 km west of Paris, by a few fans of the single-manned sailing dinghy Europe. The members of the YCP still sail on Europe but also on 420, 470, Laser and Caravelle. They can sail between the island of Rangiport (km 102 of the Seine) and the EDF power plant (km 105), a stretch of smooth water of 3 km x 250 m.
The flag of the YCP (graphic) is horizontally divided blue-white-blue with the blue letters YCP in the white stripe.
Ivan Sache, 14 December 2005
Burgee of the YCT - Image by Ivan Sache, 24 January 2019
Yacht Club de Triel (YCT; website) was established in Triel-sur-Seine, a town located 35 km west of Paris, as the merger of Cercle Nautique de Triel, Société Nautique de Vilennes, and Cercle de la Voile et de l'Hélice de Poissy.
The burgee of YCT is blue, superimposed with a white triangle, itself superimposed with a red triangle.
Ivan Sache, 24 January 2019
Burgee of CVVX, two variants - Images by Ivan Sache, 9 August 2010
Cercle de la Voile de Vaux-sur-Seine (CVVX, website) is based in Vaux-sur-Seine, a small town located on the river Seine, downstream from Paris.
The burgee of the CVVX (photos No. 3 and No. 11) is a white triangular flag with two red triangles placed vertically along the hoist. The burgee (photo) hoisted on buoys used during the Ruban Bleu race, 5 October 2008, is charged with the blue letters "CV" and "VX", placed vertically in the upper and lower red triangles, respectively.
Ivan Sache, 9 August 2010