dan buoy

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Noun[edit]

dan buoy (plural dan buoys)

  1. (nautical) A small buoy, sometimes made of cork with a small flag, used to temporarily mark a position at sea, normally to mark a fishing ground, a minesweeping area, or a man overboard.