Originally Posted by manyboats
I think our money would be more cost effectively spent if we bought our "Admirals" presents for Christmas instead of tools. No wonder there's so many single guys on this forum. We hardly ever do buoys but when we do I'm the one hang'in over the bow fuss'in with the buoy ring.
Mark you're supposed to use only ONE buoy and leave the others for others.
Not all spouses and not all moorings are created equal.
If I bought Meg something that made her role on the boat easier and safer, she'd appreciate it. And knowing Cindy, she'd be thrilled with a gift like this. Mark's 58 Vantare requires 2 to moor unlike some of our smaller boats.
At Angel Island State Park where Mark was mooring, unlike many other moorings, it is REQUIRED that you moor bow and stern in proper alignment of bow NE. This is due to the swirling currents in Ayala Cove just off Raccoon Strait.