Carolina Waterworks mooring buoys

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With Carolina Waterworks' new mooring buoys, you won't have to worry about peeling, flaking or scuffed registration or identification numbers.

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That information is molded into the buoy at the time of manufacturing. A good choice for marinas, harbormasters and yacht clubs, the mooring buoys can feature letters, numbers, names, logos and other graphics. The markings are resistant to UV rays, salt water, freezing temperatures and other marine conditions, according to the company. The buoys are constructed with an impact-resistant, high-density, 3/16-inch polyethylene shell filled with expanded styrene core. The mooring buoys have a two-year warranty, and retail pricing starts at $78. The standard buoy is white with a reflective blue strip. Additional colors, graphics and ballasts are also available. Contact: Carolina Waterworks, (800) 835-6287. www.carolinawaterworks.com

This article originally appeared in the February 2010 issue.

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