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Cape Cod Sea Camps (U.S.)


Last modified: 2022-09-23 by rick wyatt
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Description of the Camps

The Cape Cod Sea Camps were created in 1922 in Brewster, Massachusetts. For nearly a hundred years, the camps were run by the same people, the Delahanty family. The camps, which drew more than 1400 campers each year, were members of the Southern Massachusetts Sailing Association, allowing for children learning about water sports as the weather allowed. However, due to the Covid 2019 epidemic, the owners saw no other option than to close the camps down.

As far as I know, the camps never had an overall flag. They had a clear symbol; it just wasn't made into a flag, as far as I can tell.

However, in the past the camps had a strict division: There was a boys' camp - camp Monomoy - and a girls' camp - camp Wono. It looks like in this look back into the past, we see a somewhat rolled-up flag of camp Wono.

[Buzzards Yacht Club] image located by Peter Hans van den Muijzenberg, 4 August 2022

Peter Hans van den Muijzenberg, 4 August 2022