Hey Mark you are flying to be in Turkey
already. We are back in Lumut for a couple of days leave back to Singapore
on Sunday. Hope you continue to have good winds. See you when our paths cross next.
Sorry GeckoSenetor didn't mean to hijack your thread. My findings with signal flags
and courtesy flags
is that the countries usually do not tend to be too strict as long as you are trying. They do not like tattered flags or the lack of flying one. Years ago Kenya used to be very strict with their flag. Which made me worried as we had just a hand made one at the time and didn't really know what we were making as we were copying from a small picture. One of the locals upon seeing our delapidated flag quickly loaned us one until we could get to a shop that sold them. Pretty bad as we were anchored nearly in front of the customs
guys. A while later I was told by customs
that they usually leave you be for 3 days as long as you show you are trying. Not sure how that would be with a Q flag as that is usually only flying for a couple of hours while being processed.