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Flags were, historically, the sole method of communication for vessels at sea. Over the years rules and regulations have developed to manage how and where flags should be used. As a matter of courtesy, it is appropriate to fly the flag of a foreign nation on your boat when you enter and operate on its waters. The courtesy flag, as it is called, is hoisted only after the appropriate authorities have granted clearance. Until clearance is obtained, a boat must fly the yellow quarantine flag. It is also considered common courtesy to fly the national flag(s) of your guest(s) on board, if they have a different nationality than the ensign the boat is showing.

Made of high quality weather-treated nylon, these flags sport a canvas header with brass grommets - perfect for any marine use.

When a flag has a civil and a state version, it is the civil version that is appropriate for use as a courtesy flag

$16.00

Made of high quality weather-treated nylon, these Egypt flags sport a canvas header with brass grommets - perfect for any marine use.

$19.00

Flags were, historically, the sole method of communication for vessels at sea. Over the years rules and regulations have developed to manage how and where flags should be used. As a matter of courtesy, it is appropriate to fly the flag of a foreign nation on your boat when you enter and operate on its waters. The courtesy flag, as it is called, is hoisted only after the appropriate authorities have granted clearance. Until clearance is obtained, a boat must fly the yellow quarantine flag. It is also considered common courtesy to fly the national flag(s) of your guest(s) on board, if they have a different nationality than the ensign the boat is showing.

Made of high quality weather-treated nylon, these flags sport a canvas header with brass grommets - perfect for any marine use.

Variant Civil flag of El Salvador.

 

$12.00

Flags were, historically, the sole method of communication for vessels at sea. Over the years rules and regulations have developed to manage how and where flags should be used. As a matter of courtesy, it is appropriate to fly the flag of a foreign nation on your boat when you enter and operate on its waters. The courtesy flag, as it is called, is hoisted only after the appropriate authorities have granted clearance. Until clearance is obtained, a boat must fly the yellow quarantine flag. It is also considered common courtesy to fly the national flag(s) of your guest(s) on board, if they have a different nationality than the ensign the boat is showing.

Made of high quality weather-treated nylon, these flags sport a canvas header with brass grommets - perfect for any marine use.

When a flag has a civil and a state version, it is the civil version that is appropriate for use as a courtesy flag

$18.00

Flags were, historically, the sole method of communication for vessels at sea. Over the years rules and regulations have developed to manage how and where flags should be used. As a matter of courtesy, it is appropriate to fly the flag of a foreign nation on your boat when you enter and operate on its waters. The courtesy flag, as it is called, is hoisted only after the appropriate authorities have granted clearance. Until clearance is obtained, a boat must fly the yellow quarantine flag. It is also considered common courtesy to fly the national flag(s) of your guest(s) on board, if they have a different nationality than the ensign the boat is showing.

Made of high quality weather-treated nylon, these flags sport a canvas header with brass grommets - perfect for any marine use.

When a flag has a civil and a state version, it is the civil version that is appropriate for use as a courtesy flag

$16.00

Flags were, historically, the sole method of communication for vessels at sea. Over the years rules and regulations have developed to manage how and where flags should be used. As a matter of courtesy, it is appropriate to fly the flag of a foreign nation on your boat when you enter and operate on its waters. The courtesy flag, as it is called, is hoisted only after the appropriate authorities have granted clearance. Until clearance is obtained, a boat must fly the yellow quarantine flag. It is also considered common courtesy to fly the national flag(s) of your guest(s) on board, if they have a different nationality than the ensign the boat is showing.

Made of high quality weather-treated nylon, these flags sport a canvas header with brass grommets - perfect for any marine use.

$12.00

Flags were, historically, the sole method of communication for vessels at sea. Over the years rules and regulations have developed to manage how and where flags should be used. As a matter of courtesy, it is appropriate to fly the flag of a foreign nation on your boat when you enter and operate on its waters. The courtesy flag, as it is called, is hoisted only after the appropriate authorities have granted clearance. Until clearance is obtained, a boat must fly the yellow quarantine flag. It is also considered common courtesy to fly the national flag(s) of your guest(s) on board, if they have a different nationality than the ensign the boat is showing.

Made of high quality weather-treated nylon, these flags sport a canvas header with brass grommets - perfect for any marine use.

$16.00

Made of high quality weather-treated nylon, these Ethiopia flags sport a canvas header with brass grommets - perfect for any marine use.

$18.00

Flags were, historically, the sole method of communication for vessels at sea. Over the years rules and regulations have developed to manage how and where flags should be used. As a matter of courtesy, it is appropriate to fly the flag of a foreign nation on your boat when you enter and operate on its waters. The courtesy flag, as it is called, is hoisted only after the appropriate authorities have granted clearance. Until clearance is obtained, a boat must fly the yellow quarantine flag. It is also considered common courtesy to fly the national flag(s) of your guest(s) on board, if they have a different nationality than the ensign the boat is showing.

Made of high quality weather-treated nylon, these Falkland Islands flags sport a canvas header with brass grommets - perfect for any marine use.

 

$18.00

Flags were, historically, the sole method of communication for vessels at sea. Over the years rules and regulations have developed to manage how and where flags should be used. As a matter of courtesy, it is appropriate to fly the flag of a foreign nation on your boat when you enter and operate on its waters. The courtesy flag, as it is called, is hoisted only after the appropriate authorities have granted clearance. Until clearance is obtained, a boat must fly the yellow quarantine flag. It is also considered common courtesy to fly the national flag(s) of your guest(s) on board, if they have a different nationality than the ensign the boat is showing.

Made of high quality weather-treated 200 denier nylon, this Falkland Islands flag sports a canvas header with brass grommets - perfect for any marine use.

When a flag has a civil and a state version, it is the civil version that is appropriate for use as a courtesy flag.  Sometimes a red ensign will exist if the flag has no civil/state variation, in which case the red ensign becomes the one appropriate for use as a courtesy flag.

$18.00

Flags were, historically, the sole method of communication for vessels at sea. Over the years rules and regulations have developed to manage how and where flags should be used. As a matter of courtesy, it is appropriate to fly the flag of a foreign nation on your boat when you enter and operate on its waters. The courtesy flag, as it is called, is hoisted only after the appropriate authorities have granted clearance. Until clearance is obtained, a boat must fly the yellow quarantine flag. It is also considered common courtesy to fly the national flag(s) of your guest(s) on board, if they have a different nationality than the ensign the boat is showing.

Made of high quality weather-treated nylon, these flags sport a canvas header with brass grommets - perfect for any marine use.

$21.00

Flags were, historically, the sole method of communication for vessels at sea. Over the years rules and regulations have developed to manage how and where flags should be used. As a matter of courtesy, it is appropriate to fly the flag of a foreign nation on your boat when you enter and operate on its waters. The courtesy flag, as it is called, is hoisted only after the appropriate authorities have granted clearance. Until clearance is obtained, a boat must fly the yellow quarantine flag. It is also considered common courtesy to fly the national flag(s) of your guest(s) on board, if they have a different nationality than the ensign the boat is showing.

Made of high quality weather-treated nylon, these Fiji flags sport a canvas header with brass grommets - perfect for any marine use.
 

$21.00

Flags were, historically, the sole method of communication for vessels at sea. Over the years rules and regulations have developed to manage how and where flags should be used. As a matter of courtesy, it is appropriate to fly the flag of a foreign nation on your boat when you enter and operate on its waters. The courtesy flag, as it is called, is hoisted only after the appropriate authorities have granted clearance. Until clearance is obtained, a boat must fly the yellow quarantine flag. It is also considered common courtesy to fly the national flag(s) of your guest(s) on board, if they have a different nationality than the ensign the boat is showing.

Made of high quality weather-treated nylon, these Fiji -Red Ensign flags sport a canvas header with brass grommets as well as reinforced stitching on the fly end - perfect for any marine use.
 

$16.00

Flags were, historically, the sole method of communication for vessels at sea. Over the years rules and regulations have developed to manage how and where flags should be used. As a matter of courtesy, it is appropriate to fly the flag of a foreign nation on your boat when you enter and operate on its waters. The courtesy flag, as it is called, is hoisted only after the appropriate authorities have granted clearance. Until clearance is obtained, a boat must fly the yellow quarantine flag. It is also considered common courtesy to fly the national flag(s) of your guest(s) on board, if they have a different nationality than the ensign the boat is showing.

Made of high quality weather-treated nylon, these flags sport a canvas header with brass grommets - perfect for any marine use.

$5.25

Includes one pack of 60 stickers. Our First Navy Jack flag stickers are great for games, rewards, incentives, education, envelope seals and souvenirs.

  • Self-adhesive
  • 1"x1.5" high quality stickers
  • 60 per pack
Size: 
1" X 1.5"
$2.25

Our 2.25"x4" reflective decals are made in the USA of the highest quality materials. They have adhesive backing and are made in the image of the historical flag.

Size: 
2.25" X 4"
$2.50

The First Navy Jack is the current U.S. jack authorized by the United States Navy. The design is traditionally regarded as that of first U.S. naval jack flown in the earliest years of the republic, though little if any historical documentation supports this lore. Our rectangular patches feature the 1st Navy Jack flag and can be sewn on or ironed on. Actual size is approximately 2.25" x 3.25".

Size: 
2.25" X 3.25"
$14.00

The First Navy Jack is the current U.S. jack authorized by the United States Navy. The design is traditionally regarded as that of first U.S. naval jack flown in the earliest years of the republic, though little if any historical documentation supports this lore. Custom made in the USA; this smaller size is great for boat, trailer or motorcycle applications. Made of high quality marine nylon with brass grommets on the header and reinforced stitching on the fly end.

$26.00

The First Navy Jack is the current U.S. jack authorized by the United States Navy. The design is traditionally regarded as that of first U.S. naval jack flown in the earliest years of the republic, though little if any historical documentation supports this lore. 100% Nylon for long-lasting outdoor use.

$36.00

The First Navy Jack is the current U.S. jack authorized by the United States Navy. The design is traditionally regarded as that of first U.S. naval jack flown in the earliest years of the republic, though little if any historical documentation supports this lore. 100% Nylon for long-lasting outdoor use.

$1.75

The 4" x 6" decals have a self-adhesive backing for easy application on the exterior of your car or any other smooth surface.

Size: 
4"x6"
$20.80

Nylon outdoor flag with sewn, appliqued image, canvas header and brass grommets

$48.00

Nylon outdoor flag with sewn, appliqued image, canvas header and brass grommets. Special ORDER - sizes greater larger than 12'' x 18'' take 3-4 weeks for delivery.

$58.00

Nylon outdoor flag with sewn, appliqued image, canvas header and brass grommets. 

$72.00

Nylon outdoor flag with sewn, appliqued image, canvas header and brass grommets. Special ORDER - sizes greater larger than 12'' x 18'' take 3-4 weeks for delivery.

$18.00

Simple and durable, our high quality message nylon flags are great for grabbing attention! These flags have four seams on the outer fly for extra durability. Made in the USA.

 

$12.00

Flags were, historically, the sole method of communication for vessels at sea. Over the years rules and regulations have developed to manage how and where flags should be used. As a matter of courtesy, it is appropriate to fly the flag of a foreign nation on your boat when you enter and operate on its waters. The courtesy flag, as it is called, is hoisted only after the appropriate authorities have granted clearance. Until clearance is obtained, a boat must fly the yellow quarantine flag. It is also considered common courtesy to fly the national flag(s) of your guest(s) on board, if they have a different nationality than the ensign the boat is showing.

Made of high quality weather-treated nylon, these flags sport a canvas header with brass grommets - perfect for any marine use.

$21.00

Flags were, historically, the sole method of communication for vessels at sea. Over the years rules and regulations have developed to manage how and where flags should be used. As a matter of courtesy, it is appropriate to fly the flag of a foreign nation on your boat when you enter and operate on its waters. The courtesy flag, as it is called, is hoisted only after the appropriate authorities have granted clearance. Until clearance is obtained, a boat must fly the yellow quarantine flag. It is also considered common courtesy to fly the national flag(s) of your guest(s) on board, if they have a different nationality than the ensign the boat is showing.

Made of high quality weather-treated nylon, these French Polynesia flags sport a canvas header with brass grommets - perfect for any marine use.
Sizes are approximate some flags are closer in size to 13"x19".

$10.00

Flags were, historically, the sole method of communication for vessels at sea. Over the years rules and regulations have developed to manage how and where flags should be used. As a matter of courtesy, it is appropriate to fly the flag of a foreign nation on your boat when you enter and operate on its waters. The courtesy flag, as it is called, is hoisted only after the appropriate authorities have granted clearance. Until clearance is obtained, a boat must fly the yellow quarantine flag. It is also considered common courtesy to fly the national flag(s) of your guest(s) on board, if they have a different nationality than the ensign the boat is showing.

Made of high quality weather-treated nylon, these Gabon flags sport a canvas header with brass grommets - perfect for any marine use.

$18.00

Flags were, historically, the sole method of communication for vessels at sea. Over the years rules and regulations have developed to manage how and where flags should be used. As a matter of courtesy, it is appropriate to fly the flag of a foreign nation on your boat when you enter and operate on its waters. The courtesy flag, as it is called, is hoisted only after the appropriate authorities have granted clearance. Until clearance is obtained, a boat must fly the yellow quarantine flag. It is also considered common courtesy to fly the national flag(s) of your guest(s) on board, if they have a different nationality than the ensign the boat is showing.

Made of high quality weather-treated nylon, these flags sport a canvas header with brass grommets - perfect for any marine use.

When a flag has a civil and a state version, it is the civil version that is appropriate for use as a courtesy flag.

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