Site Name Record Date Buoy Status NAVWARN# Comment
Katie Eccles07/17/2021CheckedDeployed summer marker
Ash Island barge07/11/2021Deployed
Kinghorn (bow)07/11/2021Deployed
Eastcliffe Hall07/02/2021DeployedNW-C-0990-21 Spar buoy deployed by Seaway Valley Divers.
Mille Roche Power House06/12/2021DeployedNW-C-0846-21Conical buoy deployed by John Mondoux and the Seaway Valley Divers.
Florence06/12/2021DeployedNW-C-0848-21SOS Picton Chapter, with the assistance of the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture, & Sport and the Canadian Coast Guard (CCG), deployed an orange-and-white CCG-approved capsule mooring buoy equipped with internal radar reflector, flashing yellow lantern, and self-retracting mooring pennant onto the 5,000lb (dry-weight) mooring block. The tagline runs 120' / 40m in a north-westerly direction from the block to the Florence. SOS Picton also removed the old legacy mooring line that was previously attached to the Florence's Boiler.
Lyman Davis06/10/2021RemovedTraining only
Olive Branch06/10/2021Removedtraining
Alexandria06/10/2021Removed NCT-56-4321TRAINGING TEST
Olive Branch06/10/2021Removed#NC4-TR-1234updated

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