anchor buoy


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anchor buoy

[′aŋ·kər ‚bȯi]
(engineering)
One of a series of buoys marking the limits of an anchorage.
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On the second day, a loose rope around the anchor buoy hampered his chances against Adam Minoprio.
Another day-saving trick Lum learned while fishing for tarpon in the Keys with fellow Space Coast charter captain Troy Perez is using an anchor buoy.
Offshore anglers commonly integrate a release system into their anchor lines, quickly fastening the snap clip from an anchor buoy to a loop tied or spliced into the anchor line.