What should you do if you see a white buoy with orange bands and an orange crossed diamond?

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Keep out of the marked area.

Non-lateral markers are navigation aids that give information other than the edges of safe water areas. The most common are regulatory markers that are white and use orange markings and black lettering. Exclusion area markers (with crossed diamonds) indicate areas off-limits to all vessels such as swimming areas, dams, and spillways.
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You see a white buoy with an orange crossed diamond What should you do?

A white buoy with an orange crossed diamond means all boats keepout. A crossed black diamond also means boats should keep out ofthe area. White marker with an orange diamond h

When you see a white buoy with an orange crossed diamond and black lettering what does this marker tell you?

Keep out: A diamond shape with a cross means boats must stay out. A buoy or sign may show only the symbol or may also indicate SwimArea, Beach, Keep Out, No Boats, Closed Are

What does a white buoy with orange diamond and black lettering mean?

They are referred to in the US as Cardinal buoys/Regulatory marks and are used to regulate certain areas. Regulatory buoys are white, with two orange horizontally orange strip