Stus-List Flag Etiquette - Past Commodore's Flag
indigo at thethomsons.us
Mon May 18 15:32:16 EDT 2015
Thanks for your help. It would seem to make sense to consider the Past Commodores (assuming they completed full term) in the same light as Commodores in which case the flags (or are they burgees) should only be flown in other clubs waters when the officer is on official Club business (which I would include leading / participating in a rendezvous / Club Cruise). Otherwise they should revert to flying the standard Club burgee
Indigo C&C 35III
> On May 18, 2015, at 13:24, Russ & Melody via CnC-List <cnc-list at cnc-list.com> wrote:
> Hi Jonathan,
> In a conversation where I mentioned "Past Commodore", I was told by an ex-Naval Officer that once a Commodore always a Commodore. With that in mind, I believe the Past Commodore's burgee should be flown in the same manner as the Commodore's burgee.
> At our Club an executive member does not qualifies as Commodore unless he completes the full term.
> So, that burgee is flown improperly on both counts, IMHO.
> Cheers, Russ P.C.
> Sweet, 35 mk-1
> Nanaimo Yacht Club
> At 10:08 AM 18/05/2015, you wrote:
>> Could anyone please clarify whether it is proper etiquette for a past-Commodore's flag to be flown day and night on a boat that is moored permanently in the waters of a Club for which the owner of the boat was NOT Commodore. Etiquette rules that I can find are explicit on current Flag officers flags - but I can't find and references to past Commodore's flags
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