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FWBDepartment of Fishery and Wildlife Biology (Colorado State University)
FWBFairway Buoy (marine)
FWBThe Fort Wayne Ballet (Fort Wayne, Indiana)
FWBFort Worth Belt Railway Company
FWBFreight Waybill (parcel transport declaration)
FWBFetal Well-Being
FWBFun Wear Brands (Estes Park, Colorado, USA)
FWBFort Wayne Belt Railway Company
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"The fairway buoy is now installed and will provide crucial navigation for maritime visitors to Rhyl."
The crew towed the boat to the Fairway Buoy and handed it over to Conwy lifeboat crew, she said.
The 44-year-old Filipino was flown by a Sea King search and rescue helicopter from RAF Boulmer in Northumberland from the bitumen carrier Stella Polaris anchored near the Fairway buoy. The helicopter was diverted from an exercise over the North Sea after the alarm was raised at about 12.15pm yesterday .
They took the Windsor Runner to the Fairway Buoy, one mile offshore, before leaving it as it headed north.
According to the Comptroller of the NIS in charge of Lagos Seaport and Marine Command, Modupe Anyalechi, five of the suspects were discovered inside the rudder truck of the MV MSC PAOLA by some immigration officers who rummaged the vessel at Fairway Buoy, about six nautical miles to Finger Jetty, Apapa port.
The boat was close to the Fairway Buoy at the end of the Conwy Channel and was drifting seaward on the ebb tide..
The anchored ship, called the Rich Harvest, is 12 miles North-east of the Fairway Buoy at Hartlepool.
PD Teesport, one of the top three UK ports, is responsible for all river maintenance and operational management of the River Tees, from the Fairway Buoy up to the Tees Barrage, plus port operations at Tees Dock and Hartlepool.
NPA publishes daily bulletin which comprises of information of vessels at berth, vessels at the fairway buoy, and vessels expected to come in.
The vessel was located off the Conwy fairway buoy, at the start of the approach channel to Conwy, with the assistance of Bangor Coastguard team.