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A Trinity House yacht and a revenue cutter off Ramsgate
Two cutters, one a Trinity House yacht and the other a revenue cutter, are shown off the North Foreland with Ramsgate in the distance. The Trinity House yacht on the left flies the Trinity House flag from her mainmast, comprising a St George's cross defaced with identical ships in each quadrant. From the peak of her gaff she also flies the Trinity House ensign of about 1810 and that is, a red ensign defaced with the same design as the Trinity House flag or jack set in the red fly. The Corporation of Trinity House was responsible for the lighthouses, lightships and navigational marker buoys around the English coasts.
- Image reference: BHC1103
- National Maritime Museum