Flags on Club Penguin Island: What are they telling us?


Hi Penguins,
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On Club Penguin Island we see flags in Coconut Cove and Beacon Boardwalk... Have you ever wondered they mean though?

Look no further!


With the research that I have conducted since the start of the month, I can confirm that these are Maritime Flags that you see scattered around the island. These are flags that are used on ships in real life to signal short messages or spell out a code, like in our case, where each flag stands for a single letter of the Latin alphabet.

At Beacon Boardwalk, we see a line of flags hanging from the Disney Store and Fun Hut. These flags, as per the Maritime Flags, stand for MOUSE, which makes sense seeing as there is a Disney themed store that the flags on one side are hanging from.


Going west to the Designer, we see another two set of flags which differ slightly to each other. These flags are combination of Maritime, Beach and Shark Warning Flags.

The left set of flags (now going from left to right) indicate that there is a shark in the water, a vessel is stopped, no swimming (surfing is allowed though), and swim between the flags.

The other side indicates that a vessel is stopped, no swimming (surfing is allowed though), swim between the flags, and the last flag on this indicates to read the left set of flags first.


Moving on to Coconut Cove, we see another set of flags which is quite prominent in the space. The first flag indicates that there is a shark in the water, a vessel/ship is stopped, no swimming (surfing is allowed though), swim between the flags, and the last flag on this indicates to read the left side first. Below the flags is a surf board, which gives me a hint as what is to come...



This could suggest that we will be seeing some surfboard related things coming to the game, which would be fin-tastic! OR, it could be for building suspense, foreshadowing other things, or role play, which are good options too.

What are your thoughts on this? I'd love to hear them in the comments below!

-Tomisino1

Tomisino1

Tomisino1 is a passionate blogger of Club Penguin and Club Penguin Island since 2015 with over five years worth of experience throughout the game. Make sure to wave a flipper if you see him on our snowy island!

2 comments:

  1. Great post, but the fourth flag in the third picture isn't completely correct. If there are two flags, it means the area between them, is a safe to swim in. If there is only one flag though, it means a lifeguard is on duty, which gives further explanation to the other meaning. Where did you find the information for the last flag? When I looked it up, all it keep saying was that it meant affirmative aka yes.

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    1. Thank you! Glad you enjoyed it. Also thanks for letting me know about those flags. In regards to your last question, I got what you found in many of my searches, however one did show that "The significance of the previous group should be read in the affirmative", as well as "Yes". Hope this helps! 😊

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