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Posted - 28 January 2018 :  7:28:29 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
The Endeavour Yachts Pty Ltd logo (as shown on brochures in the Blue Book) shows what looks like Columbus’s Nina, while the vessel in the BBYC logo looks like Cook’s Endeavour.
Reg Gardner must have been involved with both logos. Does anyone know the story?

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Posted - 07 October 2018 :  1:58:30 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Reg was a founding member of BBYC and would have been involved in the branding of the club. However, the HMS Endeavour in the BBYC's logo relates to the history related to Capt. Cook first anchoring in Botany Bay.

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