Tag:seamark:type=buoy_safe_water

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Public-images-osm logo.svg seamark:type = buoy_safe_water
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Description
Maritime navigation buoy
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysshould not be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Status: In use

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Buoy

The tags defined on this page will render ine various nautical charts.

This page defines values for the "seamark:type" tag for buoys and their category attribute tags.

Types

A buoy is a floating object moored to the bottom in a particular place, as an aid to navigation or other specific purposes.

Type S100 Code seamark:type Definition Example Renderings Photo
Cardinal Buoy BOYCAR buoy_cardinal A cardinal buoy is used in conjunction with the compass to indicate where the mariner may find the best navigable water. It is placed in one of the four quadrants (North, East, South and West), bounded by inter-cardinal bearings from the point marked. Buoy Cardinal.png Cardinal Buoy.png
Installation Buoy BOYINB buoy_installation An installation buoy is a buoy used for loading tankers with gas or oil. Buoy Installation.png
Isolated Danger Buoy BOYISD buoy_isolated_danger A isolated danger buoy is a buoy moored on or above an isolated danger of limited extent, which has navigable water all around it. Buoy Isolated Danger.png Isolated Danger Buoy.png
Lateral Buoy BOYLAT buoy_lateral A lateral buoy is used to indicate the port or starboard hand side of the route to be followed. They are generally used for well defined channels and are used in conjunction with a conventional direction of buoyage. Buoy Lateral.png Cone Buoy.png
Mooring Buoy MORFAC mooring See: Moorings Mooring Buoy.png Buoy mooring.jpg
Safe Water Buoy BOYSAW buoy_safe_water A safe water buoy is used to indicate that there is navigable water around the mark. Buoy Safe Water.png SafeWaterBuoy.png
Special Purpose Buoy BOYSPP buoy_special_purpose A special purpose buoy is primarily used to indicate an area or feature, the nature of which is apparent from reference to a chart, Sailing Directions or Notices to Mariners (UKHO NP 735, 5th Edition). Buoy in general: A buoy whose appearance or purpose is not adequately known. Buoy Special Purpose.png Special Purpose Buoy.png

When top-marks, retro reflectors and/or lights are fitted to these marks, they are encoded as separate objects. Note that such top-marks are encoded as separate "topmark" (TOPMAR) objects). Buoys may also have lights and if such lights are fitted they are encoded as separate "light" (LIGHTS) objects.

Categories

Cardinal Buoys

Cardinal buoys do not have a distinctive shape but are normally pillar or spar. They are always painted in yellow and black horizontal bands and their distinctive double cone top-marks are always black.

More on Cardinal Marks: Cardinal Marks

Category (CATCAM) seamark:buoy_cardinal:category Definition seamark:buoy_cardinal:colour

(seamark:buoy_cardinal:colour_pattern=horizontal)

seamark:topmark:shape

(seamark:topmark:colour=black)

North north Quadrant bounded by the true bearing NW-NE taken from the point of interest it should be passed to the north side of the mark. black;yellow 2 cones up
East east Quadrant bounded by the true bearing NE-SE taken from the point of interest it should be passed to the east side of the mark. black;yellow;black 2 cones base together
South south Quadrant bounded by the true bearing SE-SW taken from the point of interest it should be passed to the south side of the mark. yellow;black 2 cones down
West west Quadrant bounded by the true bearing SW-NW taken from the point of interest it should be passed to the west side of the mark. yellow;black;yellow 2 cones point together

Installation Buoys

Category (CATINB) seamark:buoy_installation:category Definition
Catenary Anchor Leg Mooring calm Incorporates a large buoy which remains on the surface at all times and is moored by 4 or more anchors. Mooring hawsers and cargo hoses lead from a turntable on top of the buoy, so that the buoy does not turn as the ship swings to wind and stream.
Single Buoy Mooring sbm A mooring structure used by tankers to load and unload in port approaches or in offshore oil and gas fields.

Isolated Danger Buoys

There are no categories of Isolated Danger Buoys. The default colours and topmarks are:

seamark:buoy_isolated_danger:colour seamark:buoy_isolated_danger:colour_pattern seamark:topmark:shape seamark:topmark:colour
black;red;black horizontal 2 spheres black

Lateral Buoys

There are two international buoyage regions, A and B, between which lateral marks differ. The buoyage region is encoded using the separate attribute "system" (MARSYS). Lateral buoys generally have distinctive shapes (can for port-hand, conical for starboard-hand) or may be a pillar or spar with distinctive topmarks. The buoys and their topmarks are always painted in red, green or red & green horizontal bands.

Category (CATLAM) seamark:buoy_lateral:category Definition seamark:buoy_lateral:colour
[seamark:buoy_lateral:colour_pattern=horizontal]
seamark:topmark:shape
Port-hand Buoy port Indicates the port boundary of a navigational channel or suggested route when proceeding in the 'conventional direction of buoyage'. IALA-A: red, IALA-B: green cylinder
Starboard-hand Buoy starboard Indicates the starboard boundary of a navigational channel or suggested route when proceeding in the 'conventional direction of buoyage'. IALA-A: green, IALA-B: red cone, point up
Preferred Channel to Starboard Buoy preferred_channel_starboard At a point where a channel divides, when proceeding in the 'conventional direction of buoyage', the preferred channel (or primary route) is indicated by a modified port-hand lateral mark. IALA-A: red;green;red, IALA-B: green;red;green cylinder
Preferred Channel to Port Buoy preferred_channel_port At a point where a channel divides, when proceeding in the 'conventional direction of buoyage', the preferred channel (or primary route) is indicated by a modified starboard-hand lateral mark. IALA-A: green;red;green, IALA-B: red;green;red cone, point up
Inland Waterway Lateral Buoy ... Many more categories of lateral marks are used in inland waterways. See: CEVNI Lateral Marks

Safe Water Buoys

There are no categories of Safe Water Buoys. The default colours and topmarks are:

seamark:buoy_safe_water:colour seamark:buoy_safe_water:colour_pattern seamark:topmark:shape seamark:topmark:colour
red;white vertical sphere red

Special Purpose Buoys

Special purpose buoys can be any shape and are generally yellow in colour, with a variety of topmarks.

For "buoy_special_purpose:category" (CATSPM) definitions, see: Special Purpose Marks

Shapes

Shape (BOYSHP) seamark:<buoy_type>:shape Definition Rendering
Conical (nun, ogival) conical The upper part of the body above the water-line, or the greater part of the superstructure, has approximately the shape or the appearance of a pointed cone with the point upwards. Buoy Cone.png
Can (cylindrical) can The upper part of the body above the water-line, or the greater part of the superstructure, has the shape of a cylinder, or a truncated cone that approximates to a cylinder, with a flat end uppermost. Buoy Can.png
Spherical spherical The upper part of the body above the water-line, or the greater part of the superstructure, has the shape of a part of a sphere. Buoy Sphere.png
Pillar pillar The upper part of the body above the water-line, or the greater part of the superstructure is a narrow vertical structure, pillar or lattice tower. Buoy Pillar.png
Spar (spindle) spar The upper part of the body above the water-line, or the greater part of the superstructure, has the form of a pole, or of a very long cylinder, floating upright. Buoy Spar.png
Barrel (tun) barrel The upper part of the body above the water-line, or the greater part of the superstructure, has the form of a barrel or cylinder floating horizontally. Buoy Barrel.png
Super-buoy super-buoy A very large buoy, generally more than 5m in diameter. Buoy Super.png
Ice buoy ice_buoy A specially constructed shuttle shaped buoy which is used in ice conditions. File:Buoy Ice.png

Colours

Buoys can painted in many different colours and colour patterns. See: Colours

Other Objects

Buoys may have other objects as part of their structure

Object S100 Definition Wiki page
Topmark TOPMAR A characteristic shape secured at the top of a buoy or beacon to aid in its identification. Topmarks
Light LIGHTS A luminous or lighted aid to navigation. Lights
Fog Signal FOGSIG A warning signal transmitted by a vessel, or aid to navigation, during periods of low visibility. Also, the device producing such a signal. Fog Signals
Radar transponder beacon RTPBCN A transponder beacon transmitting a coded signal on radar frequency, permitting an interrogating craft to determine the bearing and range of the transponder. Radar Beacons
Radar Reflector RADRFL A device capable of, or intended for, reflecting radar signals.

References

Seamark Tag Values
Seamark Objects
Seamark Attributes
INT-1 Cross Reference