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Sealite's New Atlantic 3000 Ocean Buoy
Sealite's new Atlantic 3000 ocean buoy is the first large ocean buoy in its class to offer a 3 metre diameter float section without the incorporation of a central steel mooring post. This innovative modular design ensures the buoy is fast, safe plus easy to assemble and deploy.
Views: 3195 SealitePtyLtd
Inside The Coast Guard's Dirtiest Job | PopMech
Buoys guide ships into port--but who maintains these crucial floating beacons? Popular Mechanics spent a night and two days on a Coast Guard boat off the coast of New York watching a young crew labor to keep our maritime infrastructure afloat. SUBSCRIBE to PopMech https://goo.gl/CNUs5b The best in tech, science, aerospace, DIY and auto news. https://www.facebook.com/popularmechanics https://twitter.com/PopMech https://www.instagram.com/popularmechanics/ https://www.pinterest.com/popmech/?auto_follow=1
Views: 91554 Popular Mechanics
Learn Navigation Buoys and the Collision Regs.mp4
Demo of the LightMaster Vessel Lights & Buoys Tutor and Simulator software. Enjoy your boating more by learning navigation buoys and the Collision Regulations vessel lights. Buy from Amazon.co.uk or http://www.nauticalsoftware.com
Views: 140776 Martin Quaintance
Bogue Inlet Sea Buoy BI
I paddled my kayak out to Sea Buoy BI from Bear Island to hear the horn in person. 01 Aug 2012.
Views: 5227 Todd Mitchell
10 Hours - Buoy Bells on the Ocean - Sleep - Relax - Chill
Download this sound here: https://sellfy.com/p/n4ea/ The sounds of Buoy Bells drifting on the ocean. Use this to help you sleep at night.
Views: 45387 Ambience Hub
Flexible, low cost ocean observations with the PICO buoy
The PICO buoy is a small, safe, green and cost-effective ocean observation system that has been deployed from the tropics to high latitudes. http://www.pmel.noaa.gov/pico
Views: 5129 NOAAPMEL
You Won't Want To Swim In The Ocean Again After You Watch This! | TRUE STORY! | The Buoy!
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Views: 13797 whatshallwedonext
Sea Commander Power Buoy Detailed Overview
Overview of the unique Ocean Resource Power Buoy designed to support a brown oil field to power subsea well pumps supplied by Schlumberger. With 5MW power generators using long life diesel engines with backup generators already fitted and on standby.
Views: 1229 Ocean Resource
buoys & beacons
IALA buoyage system A. This video helps you learn about beacons and buoys so you can safely navigate your vessel. Port & Starboard Laterals, North South East & West Cardinal, Isolated Danger, Safe Water and Special marks are explained.
Views: 34511 Boating Training
Renewable energy: CETO system converts sea waves into zero-emission electricity
An Australian company has been working on a system that uses underwater buoys to convert sea waves into zero-emission energy and desalinated water. Australian firm Carnegie Wave Energy has been developing a system called CETO, which aims to utilise sea waves to generate power. Steel-made buoys that can currently generate 240 kilowatts are the main part of the system. At the Australian naval base HMAS Stirling, three buoys are placed 11 kilometres apart. The buoys are less susceptible to extreme weather damage, while underwater waves are sufficient to generate power. The buoys' pumps drive the high pressure water to an onshore power plant via a subsea pipe. The high pressure water spins the turbines, which then generate zero-carbon electricity. The CETO system can be used to power a desalination plant as well. High pressure water can be utilised to remove salt from seawater through a permeable membrane in a process called reverse osmosis. The Australian company believes that the cost of electricity generated by the CETO system will be competitive with diesel if it is deployed at a large scale. ----------------------------------------­--------------------- Welcome to TomoNews, where we animate the most entertaining news on the internets. Come here for an animated look at viral headlines, US news, celebrity gossip, salacious scandals, dumb criminals and much more! Subscribe now for daily news animations that will knock your socks off. Visit our official website for all the latest, uncensored videos: http://us.tomonews.net Check out our Android app: http://bit.ly/1rddhCj Check out our iOS app: http://bit.ly/1gO3z1f Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://plus.google.com/+TomoNewsUS/ Instagram @tomonewsus http://instagram.com/tomonewsus -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Crying dog breaks the internet’s heart — but this sad dog story has a happy ending" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4prKTN9bYQc -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 65798 TomoNews US
This Can Save Your Life in Open Water - Especially Ocean Swimming
When we find something that is both useful and could potentially save your life we like to shout about it. These Swim Secure Buoys are a must if you swim off beaches etc. Here's a link to the web site: http://www.swimsecure.co.uk/swimsecureshop/
Views: 17209 SwimCycleRunCoach
Understanding Marine Buoyage - "quieter volume" - simple and easy www.coastalsafety.com
Buoyage is the general term that covers markers for indicating channel markers, safe water, danger areas and special purpose areas This is a quieter volume version - for the full volume version go here or click the link in the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jAQPJdB-3ko Region A covers Europe and most of the of the world (red to port side). Region B covers the America, Japan, the Philippines and South Korea (Green to port side). Flash - less light & more darkness Long flash - longer flash but still less light & more darkness Isophase - equal time of light and darkness Occulting - more light & less darkness Navigation buoys fall into 6 types: lateral - marking channels cardinal - indicating safe direction of navigation isolated danger - small areas of danger safe water - safe navigation in all directions form the buoy wrecks - submerged and partially submerged ships wrecks and danger special - other areas where various activities are / are not allowed Nautical chart symbols Aids to Navigation that have lights are marked on the chart with a small teardrop shape that will be magenta in colour (easy to read under a RED night vision light). The teardrop can point in various directions to best display on the chart and the actual direction drawn on the chart is of no significance. The exact location of the buoy or mark is the small circle or dot at the base symbol on the chart. Lateral Marks are used generally to mark the sides of well-defined, navigable channels. They are positioned in accordance with the "Conventional Direction of Buoyage" as discussed above. They indicate the Port and Starboard hand sides of the route to be followed. Generally, the bigger the buoy the bigger the vessels the channel is designed for / used by and so the deeper the water. It may well be possible to navigate outside of the channel on a smaller boat depending on the height of tide and the nature of the sea bed. Port and Starboard lateral marks tend to be can shaped on the port side and conical shaped on the starboard side - this makes them easier to identify in low light or reduced visibility conditions. Cardinal buoys and marks warn of danger and remain constant throughout the system of two IALA regions and are the same for areas IALA "A" and IALA "B" regions. There may be only one buoy or more depending on the danger and the shape of the coast. For example, close to the shore they may be only one buoy as it may not be possible to go between the wreck and the shore. The buoys have two black cones in different configurations which are know as the "top mark" cones - these point to the black areas on the body of the buoy - the rest of the buoy is yellow. Your direction of approach doesn't matter – which makes them different from lateral buoys - the buoys indicate where you should go. The body of a cardinal buoy is always marked with a combination of black and yellow bands. It is always surmounted with a topmark consisting of 2 black triangles arranged in 1 of 4 combinations. Cardinal Marks are used in conjunction with the compass to indicate the direction from the mark in which the deepest navigable water lies, to draw attention to a bend, junction or fork in a channel, or to mark the end of a shoal. The buoys indicate where the safe water is, that is, mariners will be safe if they pass North of a North mark South of a South mark East of an East mark West of a West mark. Isolated Danger Marks are used to mark small, isolated dangers with navigable water around the buoy They are used to mark an isolated hazard in waters which otherwise are navigable. They are normally moored directly on or above the danger such as a large rock, shoal or sunken ship. The pattern of bands is BLACK over RED over BLACK. The topmark is 2 BLACK balls. If lit, the light will show 2 WHITE flashes (Fl 2). They can mark: a small area of rocks a pinnacle rock small sand bank old collapsed buildings in the sea pipes that are a danger to surface navigation Safe Water Marks may be used at the seaward end of the start of a channel to a port, mid-channel, as a centreline markers or at the point where land is reached. These buoys (as the name suggests) indicate the presence of safe, navigable water all around the buoy. They may also indicate the best point of passage under a fixed bridge. These buoys are coloured Red and White in vertical stripes. It usually has a white light which flashes Isophase or Occulting or Morse code ‘A’ Emergency Wreck Buoys provide a clear and unambiguous means of marking new wrecks. www.coastalsafety.com
Views: 56040 Coastal Safety
Jet ski danger in the sea, the importance of the safety buoy
Jet-ski, danger in the sea, safety buoy, safety breath
Views: 1158 Meriç Atalay
Adrift at Sea, Generating Electricity
Marine hydrokinetic energy engineers at APL-UW invented a free-drifting power station. The Wave Energy Buoy that Self deploys (WEBS) converts surface wave energy to mechanical and electrical power.   “As opposed to typical wave energy devices that are anchored to the sea floor and cabled to shore, WEBS is all about having an easily deployed power station anywhere in the off-shore environment.” —Andy Stewart, APL-UW Principal Engineer   Potential applications include power sensor payloads for scientific instrumentation; power station for autonomous systems, undersea vehicles, and/or surface vessels; and communications relay. This research and development project is a collaboration among APL-UW, the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, and Columbia Power Technologies.
Views: 19965 APL - UW
Large navigation Buoy being dragged from the sea.
Large navigation Buoy bing dragged from the sea.
Views: 49 Dennis Travers
Surface buoy launching into the sea.
A surface buoy connected to the anchorchain and launching into the sea by a anchor handling vessel.
Views: 1410 Traaseth92
How to Read Water Buoys and Markers
Understanding the basics of boating navigation means knowing how to read water buoys and markers. The Boat Ed teams explains what the colors and numbers mean and how they keep boaters safe. Watch the full video and take your online boater education course at www.boat-ed.com.
Dutch Buoy Laying Vessels   Any Time Any Sea
Views: 364 Sailor
SeaSafe Sea Scoopa and SOS Dan Buoy - Demo / In Action
The SOS Dan Buoy Personal Flotation Device This award winning product is suitable for all vessels but really comes into its own on vessels that are short-handed i.e. Husband and wife sailors, Pilot Cutters where there is just a helmsman and one crew etc. Instantly deployed (can be thrown to the casualty immediately) - no need to go to where a MOB unit is mounted and activate the release mechanism. This will save 5+ seconds which when a vessel is travelling at 6+ knots in a moderate swell could prove critical to the ultimate survival of the casualty. In most cases the helmsman would not need to leave the helm to help the unfortunate victim. Small only 280mm x 220 mm valise when packed -- easily stowed. Automatically inflates upon immersion in water and sits 2.5 metres above water level. Sea Anchor / Drogue reduces downwind drift. SOLAS reflective tape to improve visibility. Ensures faster detection, with easily spotted fluorescent yellowmaterial with flying pennant to assist visibility. The reflective yellow coloured material has the highest visibility rating under the UV searchlights used for detection in fog and inclement conditions. Grab Handles to assist supporting person overboard. Pea-less whistle attached. Can be used as a marker by unclipping sea anchor and replacing it with a conventional anchor and chain. www.seasafe.co.uk
Views: 969 SeaSafeSystems
Ocean Energy Power Buoy
Australian centre for renewable energy (ACRE) animated video, explaining the benefits of ocean energy and power buoys.
Views: 3298 atticus digital
NOAA 12 Meter Weather Sea Buoy on GovLiquidation.com
http://www.GovLiquidation.com - You're looking at an NOAA 12 Meter Weather Sea Buoy. It will be available for bidding from June 18-20. It is located in Cape Canaveral, FL and can be viewed on our website here, http://bit.ly/11cHK9w. This item has a discus hull and is constructed of steel 12 meters across with a 10 meter high mast. The buoy has an anemometer that is non operational. Please see our website for details on preview and loadout for this monster buoy. To view a current list of available Boats & Marine Equipment, visit http://bit.ly/allGLboats today! And follow us on social media too! Facebook http://bit.ly/GLonFacebook Twitter http://bit.ly/GLtweets LinkedIn http://bit.ly/GLonLinkedIn
Weather Buoy Lost at Sea During Hurricane Harvey
One fisherman says his day relies on readings from buoys from the National Oceanic and Atmosphereric Administration.
Views: 130 KRGV
Big Buoy Data/250ft Sea Floor Rise!
Quake Alert. Possible Techtonic Plate Adjustment...underway... 9/24/2012. Update: As of 9/27 2012 the buoy has leveled at a new height indicating a 1000+ ft rise in sea floor. Coastal Indonesia. http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/ http://quakes.globalincidentmap.com/
Views: 3446 MrMBB333
Sea Wave Energy Buoy
Sea Wave Energy Buoy
Views: 326 I Mariggis
Island Energy buoy at sea - 1
We found and recovered this 50 foot long Island Energy buoy. Found it floating 2 miles off Sandy beach.
Views: 121 robbobond1
Netting the buoy at sea
During Western Isles Open 2013, whilst heading back to shore in pretty lumpy seas, a loose buoy that fell overboard is expertly netted Dave Proudfoot, showing of his ghillie skills, with assistance from Iain 'Nuts' Maclean.
Views: 128 Gillies Mackenzie
Island Energy buoy at sea - 2
Look how small our boat looks compare to this 50 foot buoy.
Views: 42 robbobond1
Paw Patrol Sea Patrol Surfboard Buoy Launchers keep Adventure Beach Safe!
We love toys, Thanks for subscribing!: https://www.youtube.com/user/showandtelltoys?sub_confirmation=1 Check out these cool new Paw Patrol Sea Patrol Surfboard Launchers! The sea patrol pups now have surfboards and they can surf to the rescue and shoot out buoys to help any person or animal in trouble. When in need just yelp for help! There is Chase, Marshall, Skye, Rubble, Rocky and Zuma who help Ryder keep Adventure Beach safe! Here are some really cool videos that you might like! PAW PATROL PUPS AIR RESCUE JET PACKS at ADVENTURE BAY NICK JR CHASE MARSHALL SKYE https://youtu.be/KKIKNY6DUcw PAW PATROL BACKFLIP PUPS SQUISHIES CHASE MARSHALL SKYE ROCKY CHALLENGE GAME TOYS https://youtu.be/3KED-8QlX4g PAW PATROL MISSION PAW TOYS RYDER CHASE MARSHALL SKYE ZUMA RUBBLE NEW PUP PACKS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMoLoLUjctk Thanks for Watching my Toy Review Youtube Channel. I am going to SHOW you all the best toys out there and then TELL you all about them. Make Sure you Comment, Subscribe, Share, and give it a THUMBS UP! I make many videos and they are on Disney Cars and Lightning Mcqueen but I also do Transformers One step videos and Transformers Rescue Bots too! They are really cool! I have also made previous videos on Thomas and Friends too. I have created cool toy review videos with them too. About Show and Tell Toys: Show and Tell Toys loves kids toys! Join my kids and I on this awesome & epic adventure of toy unboxing, toy reviews, and toy playtime videos by kids for kids. We have funny videos and skits with cartoon toy characters and also we mix in educational learning as well! And also, this channel is absolutely family friendly and made up of clean wholesome entertaining content so you don't have to worry, lets have some fun! Please Comment and tell me who your favorite cartoon characters are. Then maybe we will do some toy videos on them!, Thumbs up and Subscribe to this FREE SHOW and TELL TOYS Channel!
Views: 15954 Show and Tell Toys
2009 08 11 a720 mvi 2283 video pacific ocean buoy at sea
A short clip of us sailing by one of many, many, many buoys floating randomly at sea. It was buoy mania!!
Views: 187 Karen Hawes
Gang Beasts - Buoy ‘o buoy (trophy) & Sea Legs (trophy)
This is a showcase of how to climb to the highest section of the buoy on the buoy stage. Also, the other character falls into the water and saves himself and you have to escape from the water on the buoy stage to unlock "Sea Legs" as well.
Views: 708 MrHribi
movement of  buoy due to sea waves
Numerical simulation of movement of buoy with 1 degree of freedom due to sea waves more info in http://www.vicusdt.com/
Views: 1811 VicusDT
Sea Beasts at the Smethwick Buoy
Dive 13th September of f the Smethwick buoy
Views: 189 Drysuitorange
Sea lions on a buoy
Views: 39 Aparna Ganguly
SeaSearch sensor's integration in a smart buoy in the Celtic Sea
For SeaSearch project, one of our sensors has been integrated in a high-tech buoy located in the Celtic Sea by SmartBay Ireland.
Views: 167 DFRC
US Sea Traffic Cops deploy buoy on sea in Little Diamond island, Maine HD Stock Footage
Link to order this clip: http://www.criticalpast.com/video/65675068202_Sea-Traffic-Cops_buoy-on-dock_buoy-lifted_buoy-deployed-on-sea Historic Stock Footage Archival and Vintage Video Clips in HD. US Sea Traffic Cops deploy buoy on sea in Little Diamond island, Maine Sea Traffic Cops at work in high winds in Little Diamond island, Maine. Buoys kept on the dock. Cops push buoy. A buoy is lifted by crane. The buoy is deployed in water. Chain on deck of ship. Cops watch the buoy from deck. Location: Little Diamond Island Maine. Date: December 29, 1932. Visit us at www.CriticalPast.com: 57,000+ broadcast-quality historic clips for immediate download. Fully digitized and searchable, the CriticalPast collection is one of the largest archival footage collections in the world. All clips are licensed royalty-free, worldwide, in perpetuity. CriticalPast offers immediate downloads of full-resolution HD and SD masters and full-resolution time-coded screeners, 24 hours a day, to serve the needs of broadcast news, TV, film, and publishing professionals worldwide. Still photo images extracted from the vintage footage are also available for immediate download. CriticalPast is your source for imagery of worldwide events, people, and B-roll spanning the 20th century.
Views: 90 CriticalPast
Deploying Marker Buoys for Catalina Sea Ranch
USCG regulations require that the four corners of our Aquaculture Facility be marked with buoys. Our flagship Captain Jack and its crew braved 6 foot swells in the morning and 20 MPH winds in the afternoon. Amazing and historic adventure!
Jetty, Buoy, and Sea Lions
Newport Harbor Entrance. Captured by my DJI Phantom 4 in 4K resolution on November 19, 2016 Telemetry: Max Altitude: 58.7 m (192.7 feet) Max Horizontal speed: 34.1 km/h (21.2 mph) Newport Harbor, Newport Beach, California Want to know when I create a new video?...Click on the "Subscribe" button above, or go to my YouTube channel via the following link: https://goo.gl/kcmeH4
Sea Lions on a Buoy
Spotting some sea lions resting on a buoy on our boat tour to Channel Islands National Park.
Views: 182 Generasian X
IoTphile: Marine Buoys. The sea at your fingertips
This video has been created by members of Startup Europe IoT Accelerator. If you want to be part of our startup ecosystem, please put in touch with us... http://startupscaleup.eu/ You can find more information about Startup Europe on http://startupeuropeclub.eu/ MARINE BUOYS. THE SEA AT YOUR FINGERTIPS Can you extract data from the sea using the philosophy of the Internet of Things? This is now possible thanks to devices such as low cost autonomous buoys with 3G connectivity that are continuously uploading to the sea cloud data on waves, sea temperature, turbidity, dissolved oxygen, UV radiation, temperature and humidity, among others. These buoys give us highly useful real time information on the actual conditions of the sea. What features should these buoys have? Let's analyse a buoy we have developed from the mechanical, electronic and communications points of view. As regards mechanical issues, it is really important to use lightweight and non-polluting materials. So we used marine stainless steel. Size and weight are also important. One of these buoys should weigh less than 12 kilograms and be able to be carried by one person. Finally, the mechanical elements should be cheap and easily available. So the counterweight is a gym weight. From the electronic point of view, the buoy must be able to produce its own power. There is nothing better for this than panels and batteries. For example, an 0.8 W solar panel and a 2300 mAh lithium battery. Another important feature is to use low power microprocessors, such as the MSP430 family from Texas Instruments. It is also necessary to use DC/DC converters and interface circuits between the sensor and micro inputs. Since these buoys are designed for use near the coast, it is best to provide them with mobile connectivity. Simple modules such as the SIM900 are an easy way to achieve this. The SIM900 is a GPRS communications module with very low power consumption (1mA) and is easily controlled by AT commands. The Internet of Things makes it possible for you to "see" the sea on the screen of your mobile device. And this is just the first step!!! There is still a lot of ocean to explore. Are you ready?
Views: 821 Startup Scaleup
Malamute freaks out at buoy in the sea
Loki does not know what to make of the floating buoy! Hilarious reaction!
pick up & let go anchor buoy 1000 mt deep sea (iran caspian sea)
pick up &let go anchor buoy(iran caspian sea)
Views: 851 mojisailor
PBYC Sea Buoy Regatta 2017
Big waves and lots of speed in the Gulf of Mexico off Pensacola, Florida.
Views: 171 Elmer DePalma
Offshore buoy in "event" mode | Signals 3ft sea floor RISE
Jan. 26, 2017: For reasons unkown at this time a coastal buoy #32067 is in "event" mode and there have been NO reported earthquakes anywhere near the area in the past 7 days. YOUTUBE CHANNEL:: https://www.youtube.com/user/MrMBB333 (SUBSCRIBE) FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/MrMBB333/ (follow here on FB) WEBSITE: https://www.mrmbb333.com TWITTER: https://twitter.com/MrMBB333 GOOGLE+: https://plus.google.com./+MrMBB333 INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/mrmbb333 http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov (buoy center) http://neutronm.bartol.udel.edu/spaceweather/welcome.html https://twitter.com/amsmeteors (fireball) https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/map/#%7B%22autoUpdate%22%3A%5B%22autoUpdate%22%5D%2C%22basemap%22%3A%22satellite%22%2C%22feed%22%3A%227day_all%22%2C%22listFormat%22%3A%22default%22%2C%22mapposition%22%3A%5B%5B-24.607069137709683%2C253.916015625%5D%2C%5B17.644022027872726%2C324.228515625%5D%5D%2C%22overlays%22%3A%5B%22plates%22%5D%2C%22restrictListToMap%22%3A%5B%22restrictListToMap%22%5D%2C%22search%22%3Anull%2C%22sort%22%3A%22newest%22%2C%22timezone%22%3A%22utc%22%2C%22viewModes%22%3A%5B%22list%22%2C%22map%22%5D%2C%22event%22%3Anull%7D
Views: 3519 MrMBB333
Object #36: Mine Buoy From the WWI North Sea Mine Barrage
The major overhaul and construction efforts of the US Navy from the 1890s into the 20th century were dwarfed by those of Germany and England. A massive naval arms race was underway, catapulting the world towards its first world war. When the United States finally was pulled into the conflict in 1917 with the commencement by the Germans of unrestricted submarine warfare, one of the first naval undertakings was the laying of massive mine fields to combat the German submarine force. However, mine warfare was nothing new to the US, because we had been developing and using mines since the Revolutionary War.
Whitby Bell Buoy, North Sea.
Whitby North Bell Buoy appromimately one mile off the coast of Whitby. A view not many people get to see!
Views: 890 wonderfulwhitby

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