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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buoy

A buoy is a floating device that can have many purposes. It can be anchored ( stationary) or ... For the band, see The Buoys. ... This buoy is coloured in an equal number of blue and yellow vertical stripes and is fitted with an alternating blue and yellow flashing light. ... Buoy racing is the most prevalent form of yacht racing  ...

www.answers.com/Q/You_see_a_white_buoy_with_a_blue_band_What_type_of_buoy_is_this

This is a mooring buoy or mooring ball. They are used in either a public or private capacity to moor your vessel to.

dnr.wi.gov/topic/boat/waterwayMarkers.html

Apr 4, 2012 ... All regulatory buoys are white with a single orange band at the top and ... ALPHA FLAG: This blue flag with a white vertical stripe on the left ...

tpwd.texas.gov/education/boater-education/additional-resources/buoys-markers

Mooring buoys are white with a blue horizontal band and can be anchored to in public waters. ... You should not pass between these buoys and the shore.

www.boaterexam.com/canada/education/c7-buoys-en.aspx

Covers port and starboard side buoys and beacons, cardinal buoys, as well as all ... For example, if a red band is on top, you should keep the buoys on your ... The direction of the point indicates the type of cardinal buoy. .... A vessel engaged in diving must display a blue and white flag (International Code A Flag, see left).

www.quora.com/unanswered/What-does-a-white-buoy-with-a-blue-band-mean

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www.boatingbasicsonline.com/content/general/6_3_e.htm

You should not pass between these buoys and the shore. White bouy with a blue band. Mooring Buoys: These are white with a blue horizontal band. They are usually ... Some informational/warning flags you might see include: Red flag with  ...

www.takemefishing.org/boating/how-to-boat/buoys-and-markers

Learn about buoys and markers at TakeMeFishing.org. ... These mark the edge of the channel on your starboard (right) side as you enter from open sea ... Other Kinds of Buoys and Markers ... These are white with a blue horizontal band, usually placed in marinas and other areas ... Find Places to Boat AND Fish. View Map ...

www.schoolofsailing.net/aids-to-navigation.html

Some of the most of these aids are the familiar channel markers or buoys. ... Here is the rule to follow: The top band indicates the preferred channel. ... The rule for red and white vertically striped buoys is good water, leave it to either side. ... Whenever you see a small swatch of yellow on a green or red buoy you know you're ...