sea buoy

sea buoy

[′sē ‚bȯi]
(navigation)
The outermost buoy marking the entrance to a channel or harbor. Also known as farewell buoy, since it is the last buoy passed by a vessel proceeding out to sea.
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The sea buoy sits in 120 feet of water about 2 miles outside one of South Florida's deepest, safest inlets, Government Cut.
As mentioned in Section 2, water temperature was measured by the Dead Sea buoy with an accuracy of 0.1[degrees]C.
Developed by eMarine Systems for the 100-acre Catalina Sea Ranch, the new NOMAD sea buoy is able to take the pulse of a specific area in the ocean.
In late June, Zhen Zhu approached the sea buoy marking the entrance to the Lower Mississippi River, where it was boarded by a bar pilot from Associated Branch Pilots.
EcANAKKALE (CyHAN)- A 10-month-old baby girl was rescued by coast guards after she drifted a kilometre out from the shore on a sea buoy in the Ayvacik district of Ecanakkale province on Friday.
Moko was also known for pushing surfers out to sea, even leaving one woman stranded on a sea buoy when he stole her surfboard.
On schedule, the Caribe I Merchant arrived at the sea buoy off Port Everglades Fla., just after 6 a.m.
Tenders are invited for Dismantling, removal and disposal of rubber dock fenders, out of service crane parts, out of service passenger loading bridge, rebar, train rail steel, sea buoy, outdated garage doors, and miscellaneous steel items.
The Bob Hope arrived at the port's sea buoy June 30 at 6 a.m.--right on schedule.
Contract awarded for South Sea buoy small overhead crane traveling elongated construction
"I was fishing with my dad out past the Sea Buoy and we were on the kings, and I had a big bite and was hooked up and about a 60-pound tarpon leapt up about 20 yards from us, went down and then the line just snapped.
Outside the Cut, near the red-and-white Miami Sea Buoy, you have a choice: North, south, or right here?