Nov 6, 2010 ... "What is the proper way to fly flags on a gaff-rigged pole? ... Onshore, the "yacht
club style flagpole" with a gaff represents the mast of a ship.
Yup, from the gaff. The gaff on a flagpole is representative of the gaff on or in the
case powerboats it's representative of the staff off the stern.
Dec 4, 2013 ... Flying flags from a gaff; Flying multiple flags from gaffs ... When a yacht club has a
flagpole on the landward side of its clubhouse, it flies its ...
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Sep 20, 2011 ... But what about flag poles with a mast and gaff? As a matter of naval law, the
flying of the United States flag comes down to the “position of ...
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Sep 8, 2014 ... Available in heights from 30' to 80', these flagpoles include both the yardarm and
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Aug 11, 2008 ... Their flagpoles (like the one in your picture) have gaffs like the ones on a ship's
mast, and the flag is flown from the peak of the gaff, as it is ...
Also, it should be noted that the block at the top of the gaff is conspicuous higher
... "Flag fraud" is often noticed where flag pole operators or owners have a poor ...