Re: Mooring bouys
Originally Posted by chef2sail
Whats confusing about it, it seems simple to me...lets sumstitute the name of your boat for the mooring apparatus.
If I anchor KIVALO... I paid for her in fact, own Her. However I do not own the water-space or real estate my "anchor" sits on.
Assume for the moment I do own KIVALO, does leaving them in an area that is otherwise public mean no one else can use it? For instance, when hunting, and you leave your tree stand/blind on public land just because its yours doesn't mean your the only one who can use
So do you find it confusing if you anchor your boat and I came along and edcided to hang out on it. Would that disturb you?
The answer is self evident I think.
You make a good point however I think I can counter it. You don't own the parking lot yet no one is allowed to enter your car without your permission.
2003 Hunter 260
"Any damn fool can navigate the world sober. It takes a really good sailor to do it drunk." - Sir Francis Chichester while loading his boat with gin.
WORK IS OVER-RATED