The Flag of the Caribbean Netherlands

The flag of the Caribbean Netherlands represents the islands of Bonaire, Saba, and Sint Eustatius, which are special municipalities of the Netherlands. It is not a single flag, but rather each island has its own distinct flag. These flags are rich in symbolism, featuring colors and elements that reflect the islands' unique identities, natural beauty, and cultural heritage.

The Flag of the Caribbean Netherlands

History

The flags of Bonaire, Saba, and Sint Eustatius were officially adopted at different times and under various circumstances, reflecting the unique journey of each island within the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Bonaire's flag was adopted on December 11, 1981, featuring a large blue triangle, a smaller yellow triangle, a white field divided by a diagonal red stripe, and a black compass rose with a red six-pointed star in the center. Saba's flag was adopted on December 6, 1985, and includes a large white star on a red field, symbolizing Saba's status as the