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Bizer says there is no difference between navigating on the lakes and navigating on the oceans? Is there?

Navigating on the inland lakes is very different from navigating on the oceans in almost all ways.

First and most important are the differences in buoys and their purposes, as explained in brief in the illustrations, below, from "The Boater's Guide of New Hampshire: a Handbook of Boating Laws and Responsibilities" sponsored by the Marine Patrol, Fourth Edition. The first set of illustrations are of ocean buoys; the second set are from New Hampshire spar buoys, for use on lakes and rivers. The first set are metal; the second are wood or plastic.

For a more complete explanation of buoys on the lakes, see Buoys. To get the booklets FREE, visit the Marine Patrol offices.

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