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    Politeness at sea/Flag etiquette

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    1. The circumstances and way in which a boat flies its flags is an important point of

    2. The first sign of is shown by the way in which flags are flown.

    3. On arrival in a foreign port and according to the international code must be flown.

    4. The is raised on an ensign staff at the stern,

    5. the club burgees at the head of the main mast or under the port spreader and the owner's flag or the ensign of the country where you are sailing under the spreader.

    6. Not more than one ensign or pennant is ever hoisted on the same except for international code flags.

    7. To honour the country you are visiting, the visited country flag is hoisted on and your personal flag on port side.

    8. The owner's flag is hoisted on the .

    9. To ask for customs formalities, the "Q" flag is hoisted on the side.

    10. Club burgees is hoisted at the .

    11. A vessel has to the national ensign

    12. on the stern or, failing this, the mizzen horn for .

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