Last modified: 2016-02-27 by rick wyatt
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image by Vincent Morley
The flag can be seen in use behind the mayor at this page. The municipal code states:
Sec. 1-11. Official flag.
The official flag of the town shall be the Cross of St. George. (Code 1972, § 1-8; Ord. No. 57, § 1-8, 9-2-87)
Dov Gutterman, 3 December 2002
image located by Valentin Poposki, 18 July 2012
image by Randy Young, 5 October 2015
Pirate's Cove is a private resort community in Dare County, North Carolina, falling within the bounds of the city of Manteo. (www.pirates-cove.com/)
The flagpole at the entrance to the community was flying three flags when we drove past it: American flag, North Carolina flag, and the Pirate's Cove community flag. The Pirate's Cove flag featured the community logo centered on a white field. The logo is a white circle outlined in black. A black, white, and light blue symbol at the center of the logo could be intended to represent a pirate whose beard is blowing in the wind. Arched over the central symbol are the words "PIRATE'S COVE" in black capital letters, flanked by two yellow stars outlined in black.
Randy Young, 5 October 2015