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Does anyone know of a good way to attach a flag to the boat?

I have a 2013 Sweetwater 2286 and would like to find a good way to attach a US flag that can be flown when in use and stored when the cover is on.  Anyone find a good way to do this?


  • tinmanmiketinmanmike Member Posts: 1 ✭✭
    I ordered Taylor Made Products Charlevoix Boat Flag Clips from  They clip on the stern light pole.  I am very happy with them.
  • Capt_SteveCapt_Steve Member Posts: 137 admin
    Aftermarket suppliers often have rail-mounted flag brackets. They are easier to find for round tubing than square, but they are out there!
  • mreddyspagmreddyspag Member Posts: 14 ✭✭
    I bought a chrome flag/pole kit at WalMart.  I got the plastic mounting bracket that allows (when screwed to a wall) horizontal and angled insertion of the pole.  I screwed the bracket to the deck of my boat right behind the motor.  Being mounted to the floor, the pole sticks straight up.  Unfortunately the 3ft x 5ft flag is a little too big.  The flag almost touches the water.  I have since bought a 2ft x 3ft flag on e-bay which should be a lot better.  When we dock and put on the cover, the flagpole removes and I put it on the floor.

    Happy Boating!

    Brian Edwards
  • terryterry Member Posts: 1 ✭✭

    I like the windsock Flag.

    Christmass tree shop $3

  • RickFisherRickFisher Member Posts: 14 ✭✭
    I attach mine to the ski tow bracket.  Tied it with rope.  
  • chucklmchucklm Member Posts: 5
    I use the Taylor Made Products Charlevoix Boat Flag Clips. They clip on the stern light pole on the bimini. Look at my photo.
    2019 Sweetwater 2286 C - 115 Mercury
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  • retiredcoastie2012retiredcoastie2012 Member Posts: 2
    Pontoon Boat Flag Pole Clip 3/4" for 1 1/4 Rail
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