Topper Buoys have been approved and used by many state and local agencies and are available in either white or orange models.

The Standard
The standard Topper mooring buoy has an aluminum bottom plate, an aluminum tripod top, and utilizes the indestructible Topper® Float. The tripod top provides an excellent radar reflector and has a blue, light reflective surface.

Coast Guard Compliant
The white color and blue top meet the Coast Guard requirements for mooring buoys in US waters. The boat is tied to a ring supported by the tripod. The ring is connected directly to the anchor chain.

A lighted model for marking those special areas at night is available with a blinking weatherproof light, powered by a solar panel.

Our heavy duty mooring buoys utilize galvanized steel and can support up to 1000 lbs of ground tackle.

Most models are available from stock.

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If you need your message to be plainly visible from a distance, this sign buoy is for you. The Topper large sign buoy utilizes four Topper floats to support the structural marine grade aluminum frame. The signs are 3’ x 4’ and can be two sided for visibility whether you are coming or going. A solar light can be added for marking.

The Topper four-sided sign buoy allows you to place signs with 360 degree visibility. We use the Topper float and place a galvanized steel frame on top. The buoy is designed to accept four 12” x 18” signs, so that your message is visible from any angle. We can also mount a solar light on top for marking.

Your new Topper buoy comes to you completely assembled. The only thing you need to do is supply an anchor and chain. The chain should be galvanized for long life and of sufficient strength to prevent breakage under extreme conditions. Check with your chain dealer for the proper size to use with your boat. A master link or ring should be used on the top of the buoy to prevent the chain from slipping through the center pipe. This link or ring also acts as a swivel. The mooring line is attached to this link and to the eye of your boat.

Deep water buoys requires lots of flotation to support the tackle attaching the buoy to the anchor. Topper has developed the ability to stack floats to maximize flotation in a small space. The buoys can be marked with a solar powered light.

Floatplanes need to be able to tell wind direction when landing on water. Topper has developed a floating windsock buoy. The galvanized steel pipe holds the windsock up to 20’ above the water surface. The buoy can be marked using a solar light.

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