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Personal Watercraft Buoy

Item # 83214
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Key Features

  • Use as pick-up, marker, or fender buoy

  • Use as fender for personal watercraft

  • Double-color system resists fading

Our Price   $14.99

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Product Description
taylor_made This multi-use, rugged float can be used as a pick-up buoy, marker buoy, or fender. Makes a great marker for water ski events and can be used as a fender for personal watercraft. Taylor's unique double-color system incorporates a "back-up" color that resists fading. Taylor fluorescents will retain their color long after the competition's has faded away. Buoy measures 8" diameter with an approximate buoyancy of 8 lbs.

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Taylor MadePersonal Watercraft Buoy

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Works good with the anchor buddy


from JOHN DAY, OR.

About Me Casual/ Recreational

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      Best Uses

        Comments about Taylor Made Personal Watercraft Buoy:

        Big enough to see easily yet small enough to store

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        Red Watercraft Buoy

        By Tally Ho! Off to the lake we go!

        from Thousand Oaks, CA

        About Me Casual/ Recreational

        Verified Buyer


        • Floats well
        • Seems sturdy
        • Very visible in the water


        • Red is a pinkish red

        Best Uses

        • As a boat marker
        • Great with anchor buddy

        Comments about Taylor Made Personal Watercraft Buoy:

        It worked great in the lake as a marker buoy for our boat. We tied it to our new Overton's Anchor Buddy! The marker buoy was very visible to other boats and it looked awesome with our Malibu boat. We are very pleased with it! The only ding I would give it would be for the color being a little more pink-red than red-red. Hopefully it won't fade into a pink color. Will keep you posted on that. Thanks Overton's!!

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          I want to mark a deep channel so that it is obvious in low water conditions. My question is, how do you "install" these buoys in the lake so they remain in the same position? Also, is there a way to install so they go up and down with water levels? Thanks.
          Asked on 3/8/2015 by newbieboater

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            The most common anchor for buoys is a pair of concrete building blocks.
            With minimal fluctuation, the recommended method is to anchor sub-buoys about three feet below the surface and attach the surface buoys to them with about a foot and a half of some type of elastic (shock cord). The elastic keeps the anchor line taut and the buoy directly over the anchor and allows for a 6 to 12 inch variation in water level. On reservoirs, tidal bays and other waters which experience fairly substantial water level variations, it may be necessary to equip each buoy with a counterweight to keep the anchor line tight.

            Answered on 3/9/2015 by Anonymous
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