Originally Posted by jims123
Thanks for the help.. I guess I'd need Google Translate to figure out how to get a login and passwd to see this info tho.. Regards jimS
I don't thought that a login was required to see pictures.
The buoys are made from "noodles" (or "frieds") as said Rich, Glass Fiber rods, and the counterweights are made from five to ten nuts of 8 to 12 mm.
These pictures are from "Guillaume FRA72":
"Sardine" means picket, "bouee" means buoy, and "plomb" means lead.
Note that you need a cord in Nylon (polyamid), and not polypropylene which has a density less than water (it floats!).
The description of the RC boat used to anchor the buoys can be found in my Web site
Look also at this other solution
proposed by our Swiss Friend Yves Walter.