position buoy

position buoy

[pə′zish·ən ‚bȯi]
(navigation)
A buoy attached to the stern of a boat which allows the vessel behind to maintain the appropriate or prescribed distance, especially under conditions of low visibility. Also known as fog buoy; towing spar.
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The contract is the realization of all concepts and items necessary to perform operational maintenance and transmission of data and redundant position buoys Exterior Network, all funded equipment, mooring lines and spare elements of the Foreign Network as marine parameters Ports, according to the inventory and location defined in Clause 20.
The contract is the embodiment of all the concepts and items needed to carry out the operation and maintenance data transmissions and redundant position buoys Foreign Network, all funded equipment, mooring lines elements and parts of the Foreign Network measurement parameters marine Ports, according to the inventory and location defined in Section 20.

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