This highly visible yellow training mark is designed to last long. The mark consists of 3 separate parts: a solid outer, an inflatable inner bladder and a ballast bag. The mark can be used anchored or as drifting mark. At the bottom ...
Large inflatable mark buoys, manufactured from bright yellow PVC. Totally resistant to UV rays. Fitted with carrying handles and two inflation/deflation valves. Both buoys feature large transparent pocket(s) ...
... the webbing loops directly below the Buoy. This gives enough weight to keep the Buoy upright even in strong winds. You can use any weight that is easy to handle as long as it has no sharp edges to puncture ...
... sporting events around the world including the 2012 Olympic Games and the 2014 Commonwealth Games, Crewsaver inflatable mark buoys are excellent quality; highly durable and offering great visibility. Stands tall ...
1.2m x 1.0m (3ft 3”) – NZD 5201.5m x 1.0m (3ft 3”) – NZD 5601.2m x 1.4m B (4ft 7”) – NZD 6401.5m x 1.4m (4ft 7”) – NZD 6401.5m x 1.5m B (4ft 11”) – NZD 7102.0m x 1.5m (4ft 11”) – NZD 9902.0m x 1.8m (5ft 11”) – NZD 10502.0m x 2.0m (6ft ...
Robust inflatable buoy race markers can also be used as floating signs. Inflation/deflation is by B7 dinghy valve. Any normal dinghy pump may be used. Supplied with web straps and a ring for easy connection to ground ...
... manufacture and supply of inflatable marker buoys. Available in a range of colours, and in varying sizes, Flexitank can supply any configuration of buoys to suit varying applications and event needs. Flexitank ...
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A regatta buoy is an inflatable device marking a turning point or other boundary of a sailboat race course.
Such buoys can be used for all sorts of competition as well as for training sessions.
Cylinders, cones, tetrahedrons and other shapes are used for regatta buoys. Most are yellow, orange or white. The color can indicate the starting or finish line, course layout alteration or other information stipulated by the race instructions. They are usually made of UV-resistant PVC, and are equipped with inflation and dump valves. Some have handles.
Buoys can be customized with a logo. Certain models have transparent plastic pockets for a temporary logo. They are held fast by a mooring line attached directly to the underside of the buoy or to separate straps or a net, reducing the stress placed on the buoy and extending its useful life.
How to choose
Buoys designed for long courses should be bigger than those for short ones for better visibility from afar. Colors are often codified by ISAF, the International Sailing Federation. Smaller, more compact models are recommended for training purposes.
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