Can-buoy



a cylindrical, unlighted buoy used as a channel marker.
Historical Examples

The Seiners James B. (James Brendan) Connolly

noun
(nautical) a buoy with a flat-topped cylindrical shape above water, marking the left side of a channel leading into a harbour: red in British waters but green (occasionally black) in US waters Compare nun buoy

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