Boating Navigation Tips – Buoys – Green = Flat + Red = Pointy


Easily spot and determine the colors of navigation buoys or markers when heading into direct sunlight. +++ More boating fun at http://Boogabooster.com +++ Fa…

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    • ken saunders
    • October 27, 2013
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    Im going to keep it at Bridgeview Marina for the winter. I live in London but in the spring i will bring her up to Honey Harbour or Port Severn or even Waubashene. Not quite sure yet but im pumped.Maybe we can connect up next season and spend a day on the water ways together.

    • boogabooster
    • October 27, 2013
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    Yup, we’ve all had to contend with those guys, too 🙁 That’s why us Sea Ray owners . . . Oh, wait a minute, I thought I was talking to someone else there for a minute 😉

    • boogabooster
    • October 27, 2013
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    That is wonderful news, ken! Congrats!! Now, please tell us you plan to driver her home from Sarnia. It is doable 😉

    • John Ahern
    • October 27, 2013
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    Its those dammm catamarans that take up the whole channel lol

    • ken saunders
    • October 27, 2013
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    Ive seen the green ones so covered in bird crap that you cant even read the numbers on them. Hey Paul,im excited!!! Ive just finally graduated from my 16 foot runabout to a 36 foot Chaparrel i bought just this week in Sarnia. Just signed up for Power Squadron courses to take over the winter although ive been around boats since i was a little guy in Honey Harbour.

    • boogabooster
    • October 28, 2013
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    I call ’em as I see ’em 😉 Glad you enjoyed it.

    • boogabooster
    • October 28, 2013
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    Good advise, but the problem we encounter over and over are boaters who are simply not paying attention – it’s all about them and where they are going. Brain dead 🙁

    • boogabooster
    • October 28, 2013
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    Georgian Bay stumpies 🙂

    • Brettski94
    • October 28, 2013
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    Good tip! That was funny about the bird crap! Haha

    • John Ahern
    • October 28, 2013
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    I will offer one more trick…..Aside from the other aids in navigation, charts, chart plotter, radar, knowledge, etc……GOOD BINOCULARS! Everyone should have a set at the helm…..

    • Rockwood Joe
    • October 28, 2013
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    The little ones aren’t as easy, but still have some shape. In tight quarters they’re hard to see. No seagull poop either.

    • boogabooster
    • October 28, 2013
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    Hopefully, everyone remembers it when they need to :-/ Cool video on the Kilogram, by the way 😉

    • Kevin Aguilar
    • October 28, 2013
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    Good advice. I’ve used this feature of buoys a few times this summer.

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