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  1. Model B1140
    Model B1140

    12" x 13" Mooring Buoy

    Mooring buoys allow vessels to be tied up by serving as a link between the vessel and a permanent anchor.

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  2. Model B1145
    Model B1145

    16" x 28" Mooring Buoy

    Mooring buoys allow vessels to be tied up by serving as a link between the vessel and a permanent anchor.

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  3. Model B1146MB
    Model B1146MB

    37" x 24" Mooring Buoy

    Mooring buoys allow vessels to be tied up by serving as a link between the vessel and a permanent anchor.

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  4. Model B1146SE
    Model B1146SE

    24" x 37" Mooring Buoy

    Mooring buoys allow vessels to be tied up by serving as a link between the vessel and a permanent anchor.

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  5. Model B1147R Regulatory Buoy Standard Can Internal Ballast
    Model B1147WR

    Regulatory Buoy Standard Can Internal Ballast

    This buoy is used to convey information to vessel operators about various warnings or regulatory matters.

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  6. Model B1148G
    Model B1148G

    Green Standard Channel Marker

    Used to identify the left (port) side of the channel when facing upstream or the left (port) side of the harbor when entering.

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  7. Model B1148R
    Model B1148R

    Standard Red (Nun) Channel Marker

    Used to identify the right (starboard) side of the channel when facing upstream or the right (starboard) side of the harbor when entering. 

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  8. Model B1149B
    Model B1149B

    Black and White Striped Centerline Channel Marker

    Striped channel markers are used to mark the centerlines of channels. 

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  9. Model B1149R
    Model B1149R

    Red and White Striped Centerline Channel Marker

    Striped channel markers are used to mark the centerlines of channels. 

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  10. Model B1149SM
    Model B1149SM

    Black and White Striped Shore Marker

    Vessels should not pass between black and white striped channel markers and the nearest shore; they should stay on the center channel side.

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