I have seen a few anchor balls around here (St. Michaels,
MD) usually on boats visiting on their way up or down the
ICW - there are two anchorages on the river, so they know
what they are doing. Most don't. Some don't even display
lights at night....
On Wed, 14 Sep 2016 10:39:53 -0400
Rick Brass via CnC-List <email@example.com> wrote:
West sells a fold up anchor ball for a relatively cheap
$17. But I bet they don’t sell many. I’d not have a clue
as to where you could go to buy a steaming cone. And I
don’t think I’ve ever seen either one of these actually
being used by a small boat. I do occasionally see day
shapes displayed on the larger shrimp trawlers in our
waters, but not often.
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you do (so triple points for you (each point can be
converted to a drink of your choice when visiting on my
boat)). Though, I should have said that professionals
should not apply (;-).
I don’t have the day shapes either, but I have to say
that a long while ago I used to sail on a boat that
regularly displayed the black ball when anchoring. And we
used to carry both the black ball and the black cone.
However, I don’t remember ever displaying the inverted
cone. And I don’t think I ever saw an inverted cone
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