She was worried and tired already, and his latest jab didn't buoy her spirits at all.
Click on the buoy icon that reads, "Get on Board."
She swims out to the buoy, and while he is asleep on the beach, she fights a losing battle against an unseen predator.
The yellow buoy can be seen in the center of the picture.
buoy that helped us to find the wreck.
Worse still, a navigational buoy had been moved and the requisite chart corrections were lacking.
A series of shackles and wires are attached and the buoy is pulled in using the stern gantry.
The buoy was snared by the happy hooker, a line was attached to its uppermost part and we started to haul in.
Weather buoy networks, research vessels etc.) Furthermore they have the experience of deploying landers with scientific payloads from contracted marine research vessels.
The yachts are moored on swing moored on swing moorings, attached to a buoy in the harbor, not moored alongside a jetty.
What they didn't say was that the first red buoy marks the sewage outfall!
The buoy was then redeployed in exactly the same spot several hours later, without the heaving line!
Another buoy is put down marking this position, fixing at the same time the actual line of the cable.
Another buoy is then lowered to mark this spot, and the cable on the other side of the fracture grappled for, brought to the surface, and, if communication is found perfect with the shore, buoyed with sufficient chain and rope attached to allow of the cable itself reaching the bottom.
The low clouds and drizzle made visibility difficult, and the Stroom Bank buoy could not be seen at first.
Godsal continued on his course for two minutes, when he sighted the Stroom Bank buoy to the N.E.
Commander Godsal steered from the buoy for the supposed direction of the harbour.
News had previously come in that the Stroom Bank buoy had been removed, and Lt.
They serve to buoy up the plant when attached to the sea-bottom, and thus light is admitted into the forest-like growths of the gregarious species.
- Iron Buoy three days after the fertilization of the egg, and is very minute and transparent.
The buoy was then redeployed in exactly the same spot several hours later, without the heaving line !
So what about " pressing the buoy " - " weightless arms " - " hand swapping " and stroke counting.
buoy line is attached at the point where the forward section of the ship has broken from the bow.
buoy recovery operations on ' Vessel X ' .
buoy marking it had drifted away in the storm.
A buoy is attached to the forward port lifeboat davit.
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