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What does this marker mean?

I've tried to find this marker in my Aids To Navigation references but can't find it anywhere.

What are you supposed to do when you come across one on the water?

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Careful surface prep, then paint?
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Maybe it is like the red/white dive marker butt for synchronized swimmers? Dan S/V Marian Claire
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That's just assinine.

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I'm pretty shure thats a Danger Warning ...

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warning for a gas leak?

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