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Re: Mooring bouys
Our yacht club has a long standing 'water lot lease' that essentially means we have control over the waterlot that the docks and slips occupy. AFAIK
that's a requirement for any kind of structure, even a float home, for example.. but possible mooring permits and/or rules for marking the buoys that are laid are all that's required for a buoy..
That's not to say that there aren't plenty of floating 'camps' anchored in remote inlets without proper leases in place.... foreshore or waterlot...
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