A reference image of the coat of arms of Saint Petersburg Yacht Club is a linocut, made by artist Viktor Kobzev. Authentic prints of the coat of arms are presented to honorable members of Saint Petersburg Yacht Club. The central part of the coat of arms is a shield, which shape reminds us of wooden ship frames of big classical sailing ships. The shield comprises four emblems and symbolic images: the coat of arms of Lakhta settlement with the image of the Thunder Stone, semiabstract coat of arms of Saint Petersburg, a yacht in the sea with the three colors of the Russian flag and the emblem of hydro-aviation, which the activity of the Club was related to in the first years of its operation.
The Crown of Saint-Petersburg Yacht Club is a laconic and simplified image of the Club’s classic emblem.
Broad pendant of Saint Petersburg Yacht Club Commodore
Flag of the honorary member of the yacht club