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Flag #679 on [gsh34].
My best guess is that it’s US.
Alvan Fisher, 27 Jan 1999
The logo is a flag-like drawing like this.
Jorge Candeias, 07 Jan 1998
The Geographic Sailing Club has a flag that is a horizontal
tribar of blue/black/green. It is swallow tailed, and has a white
circle in the center of the hoist. Within the circle is a black
map of both Americas.
Mason Kaye, 06 Dec 2003, quoting Peter Edwards
I am not sure where this club is — I wonder if it might be
a National Geographic club? There the
colours are blue-brown-green.
Rob Raeside, 06 Dec 2003
Flag #2043 in the 1911 Lloyd’s flagbook
[llo11]. Home port: Boon (?)
The flag is red with a diagonal white stripe charged with JCAJ
(black) in its upper part.
Ivan Sache, 24 Jan 2004
This is probably in Sweden. There's a Boön in the
Kronoberg province. It’s inland, but
there’s a river flowing by the city and a lake nearby (and the
Baltic is not all that far away), so…
Jorge Candeias, 25 Jan 2004
From the flagchart Vlaggen in de haven van Amsterdam
[xnlXX] Scandinavian West Africa Line
— no homeport mentioned; ship: Vikaren. A blue swallowtail with a broad
white diagonal from top fly to bottom hoist, charged with capitals
Jarig Bakker, 05 Jul 2004