{Stus-List} Anchor rode buoy/marker? - crowded anchorage

Ron Casciato impromtu at verizon.net
Tue Jun 23 18:58:28 EDT 2009

Hi Dennis:


My experience with "solar lights" for home and garden;  or in this cae a
pond??????  Is that they do not give off much light and seem
"subdued"....however, you might just want to pick one up and try it, if it
doesn't work, read the return policy....







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Sent: Monday, June 22, 2009 10:33 PM
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Subject: {Stus-List} Anchor rode buoy/marker? - crowded anchorage


Couple weeks ago we were anchored in a crowded, busy anchorage.  There are
PWC and catamaran rental concessions nearby so there were a lot of
inexperienced boaters around.


I had a small red float (4-5 inch long) on a line attached to my anchor rode
with a springhook.  An idiot in a pontoon boat actually straddled my anchor
rode marker!  I now have one of those orange round 15" Taylor Made fenders
for marking my rode.  It will double as a fender when needed. 


We are planning to anchor in that same anchorage to watch the fireworks on
the Fourth of July.  Having done it last year, I expect there will be more
idiots and more boat drivers under the influence that evening/night.  I
would like to mark my rode with some sort of floating light.  I saw some of
the lights show below at a discount store for $10 US Saturday.


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Anybody seen any better options?


Dennis C.

Touche' 35-1 #83

Mandeville, LA


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