channel marker

channel marker

[′chan·əl ‚mär·kər]
(navigation)
In marine operations, a marker, such as a light or buoy, indicating a channel.
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Navigational Channel Marker Buoys of 1400-1600 mm including Mooring Accessories with Solar Marine Lantern and Oay Marker at Port Mora .Taluka Uran, Dist.
Number and percent of each bird species found in Bald Eagle prey remains collected from a channel marker in Boundary Bay, British Columbia, August 2007.
The incoming tide was rapidly rising as the two, who were aged under 12 and "in immediate danger", clung to a channel marker post on the harbour's training wall on Saturday afternoon.
Her channel marker might say "FNC," but from what she said she has learned watching Fox News it's obvious to anyone who watches the channel that her TV isn't really tuned to FNC.
There are several waterside restaurants we frequent, like the Channel Marker and Frogs.
Petersburg where bait fish were roiling around a channel marker buoy.
The boat, with a woman and two men on board, was tied to a channel marker buoy.
The Channel Marker Replacement Program (CMRP) replaced three land-based and 35 offshore structures to provide a safe, reliable navigation system for entering and departing Port Hedland waters for the next 25 years.
It was traced back to Boston where it had been a channel marker.
Saturday Ben pulled up a 10-pound tripletail floating an Egret Vudu Shrimp in black-and-silver behind a channel marker on an outgoing tide-a lesson he picked up from the magazine.
Tenders are invited for Supply of frp channel marker buoys with full mooring accessories at kolkata bisn jetty to keep safe navigation in sundarban waterway and nw i during 2017 18