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White buoy with orange crossed diamond and black lettering?

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2015-06-18 18:55:31
2015-06-18 18:55:31

An orange crossed diamond and black lettering indicates an area where vessels are prohibited and only swimming is allowed.

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A white buoy or sign with an orange diamond and cross means that boats must keep out of the area. Black lettering on the buoy or sign gives the reason for the restriction, for example, SWIM AREA.

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A white buoy with an orange crossed diamond means all boats keep out. A crossed black diamond also means boats should keep out of the area.White marker with an orange diamond having a cross in it is an indication of restricted area where boats are not allowed beyond the buoy. This area might be reserved for swimming or some other purposes.

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White buoy's with orange markings and black lettering are a regulatory marker for boaters.

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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 stripes. Between the stripes you'll find either an Orange circle or diamond. The diamond is conveying a warning. It could be a rock, a submerged object, shoal, wreckage or other danger. The black lettering underneath will usually indicate the danger.

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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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The orange-square buoys give information or directions.

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A white buoy with orange bands and a orange diamond is a hazard warning, you should stay away from this area.

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An orange circle means a controlled area, such as a speed limit, anchoring or wake restrictions.They all look very similar, so you may want to refer to the explanation of more shapes: http://www.boatsafe.com/nauticalknowhow/regmarks.htm*NOTE that an orange diamond with black lettering within the diamond means a danger exists, such as rocks, shoals, stumps, or dams.

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This sign indicates a controlled area where a boater must proceed at a speed no greater than that which will maintain steerage and headway.

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white with a crossed diamond

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There are various kinds of Discover cards. The Discover credit card has a white steel-like colouring with orange and black lettering. while the Discover business credit card has turqoise colouring, and white and orange lettering

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A white buoy with orange bands and an orange diamond is a hazard buoy. Watch out for shoals, rocks, fallen trees, construction, or other hazards.

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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 Swim Area, Beach, Keep Out, No Boats, Closed Area, Dam, etc.A diamond shape with a cross means boats must keep out. A buoy or sign may show only the symbol or may also indicate Swim Area, Beach, Keep Out, No Boats, Closed Area, Dam, etc.A white buoy, or other water marker, with orange crossed diamonds indicates area is off-limits to all vessels. These areas could be blocked off for a number of reasons, such as swimming areas, dams, and spillways. If there is a single orange diamond with black lettering, it indicates dangers in the water such as stumps, rocks or dams. Either way, you should definitely avoid those areas.

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Vertical white with an orange diamond, and orange bands above and below the diamond,

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The jersey is Navy Blue with a white lettering with Burnt orange outlining.

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A white buoy with an orange marking most likely indicates that you should proceed through the area with caution. The buoy often marks rapids, rocks, or sandbars.

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A white buoy with an orange marking most likely indicates that you should proceed through the area with caution. The buoy often marks rapids, rocks, or sandbars.


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