The ladies like flags

One of the great details of classic boating, is how flags make the look complete. Somehow on a pontoon boat or center console they look strange. But on a classic boat, the flag pole and look are seriously considered in the initial design. So you know what to do today! Show us your flags.

Red white and red white and blue

Part of the look

Dock flag on vintage mahogany cruiser pole

Can you really ever have enough

Each one of our boats has a unique pole design


Love me some flags

48 stars flag

Thanks ladies

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23 Responses to “Happy Flag Day. A Special Day Made For Classic Boating.”
  1. Frank@Falmouth

    Commissioning Pennent from when my father commanded the USS Constellation CV-64 , a Navy Aircraft Carrier named as “America’s Flagship” by Ronald Reagan.
    These were flown at the masthead of all warships . I also have his two star flag but it’s too large to fly on a “boat”.

  2. Gene

    Please remember, the US Yacht Ensign is only valid in US waters. The US flag is required in international and foreign waters, eg, Thousand Islands, Puget Sound, Passamaquoddy Bay, Bahamas, etc. The confederate flag is never appropriate. The Italian flags on Riva’s are great, as long as the boats are registered on Lake Como

  3. Michael Marshall

    An original 1960 Thompson of Peshtigo burgee.

    Shawano Wi

    • Mark in Ohio (sometimes da U P)

      Definitely one of my favorites 😄🇺🇸

  4. Russ

    The First Navy Jack was the naval jack of the United States from 1975 to 1976 and again from 2002 to 2019.

  5. John Rothert

    Two Stars! Matt’s Grandfather was a REAR Admiral…don’t let Troy go off on that…..

    Been Boating, going back, John in Va

  6. Chug-A-Lug

    The Boat is a splinter boat(as Bob or Frank Prothero called plywood boats)Got the required mermaid boat bumper as well as the flag