and boat at once began to draw together, and the fishermen to cry out, as they were jerked after us.
The end of the rope was carefully lashed to it; and, left solely to the rise and fall of the billows, the buoy
would not sensibly deviate from the spot.
He fastened the straps for her, then, with the pistol belt, buckled himself across one shoulder to the outside of the buoy.
For half an hour they maintained silence, Duncan, his head resting on the arm that was on the buoy, seemed asleep.
Every mid-October in our region, commercial stone crab fishermen set their traps in anticipation of harvesting these tasty crustaceans and in as a result, the nomadic tripletail now has miles of crab trap buoys
to relate to.
The Irish National Weather Buoy
Network Comprises 5 Offshore Buoys
That Gather Real-Time Weather And Oceanographic Data From Around The Irish Coast.
Almost all of the buoys
around Middlesbrough's Hudson Quay, near the Riverside Stadium, were tampered with on Sunday, with several thrown into the water.
The Estonian Police and Border Guard Board will mark the border zone area of the Estonian-Russian border on the Narva Reservoir with approximately 40 new spar buoys
Researchers recently got a new look at these gyres thanks to a visualization that combined 35 years' worth of data on another thing humans drop into the oceans: scientific buoys
None of Indonesia's 22 tsunami warning buoys
, installed in 2004 after over 150,000 people were killed by a massive tsunami triggered by a 9.
The military denied reports that a large steel marker with Chinese inscriptions and hundreds of yellow buoys
were found in waters near Recto (Reed) Bank in the West Philippine Sea (WPS).
A spokesman said: "Due to the high winds last week, one of our buoys
from the River Mersey did become detached and washed ashore at Formby.