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Anyone recognize this burgee.

Hi All,

This burgee was on my boat when I got her three years ago. The boat was in City Island NY and was documented in Englewood Cliffs NJ. I have looked on google for clubs in these areas and have also looked on the International Burgee Registry and have not found it. If you know the club, class, or organization please let me know.

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Boy, that's quite a burgee. Is the boat a Downeasteer 38? I think that boat builder used that symbol on his main.
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not a Downeasteer 38

The boat is a 1971 Pearson 33 keel/centerboard.

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The Pearson Triton emblem is a triton. Maybe the burgee is from a Triton owners group. Here is a link to the Triton Assoc. web site where there is a link to a Yahoo discussion group that may have an answer:

http://pw1.netcom.com/~suter/triton.html
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The burgee belongs to a Past Squadron Commander of the United States Power Squadron.

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