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Sully Stick - Winter Mooring Buoy

Sully Stick - Winter Mooring Buoy
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$65.13 - $85.51
Mooring Buoy, Winter, Sully Stick
A long tapered buoy used in place of a standard round mooring buoy during the winter months. Has a molded in eyelet at the top for easy retrieval.

  • Base eyelet is reinforced with a galvanized metal bushing for durability
  • The shape and its concrete ballast help it escape ice entrapment better than a round buoy and can extend the useful life of a mooring installation by protecting it from the damaging effects of freezing temperatures
  • Concrete ballast keeps stick upright
  • Hardware not included

Part No. Mfr No. Buoyancy Diameter Length Unit Leaves Warehouse* List Price
Your Price
Sully Stick, Small, 31" w/ Blue T
265018 22120 15 lbs 6" 31" Each In-Stock: 1 Day $70.54
Mooring Buoy, Winter, Sully Stick, 22140
160777 22140 40 lbs 6" 80" Each In-Stock: 1 Day $92.61
* Leaves Warehouse: Does not include Weekends and Holidays.
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Additional Description
Buoyancy ratings listed on the product page indicate the maximum flotation the buoy provides while fully submerged. Use 50% of this value as the weight the buoy can support at the level of the blue stripe. As a general rule, you should select a buoy offering slightly over twice the amount of flotation required for the weight of the anchor chain you will be using. (Example: 50 lbs of anchor chain will require a little more than 100 lbs of buoyancy)

Review and FAQ Center

Sully Stick- Winter Mooring

Can we use Sully Stick as regular buoys?
Mooring Buoy #420 & #423 are the same price?

Submitted by: Howard Chen

We cannot recommend using the Sully Sick as a replacement for a regular mooring buoy. It works great for its intended use that is as a place-holder for the regular buoy.

Sully Sticks are designed to be attached to a rope that then attache to the mooring chain. Sully Sticks typically do not have the buoyancy for mooring chains.

We do carry a large selection of mooring buoys.

Anchoring Buoy

The best way to anchor a taylor buoy permanently in fresh water…..galvanized chain or stainless steel chain?

Submitted by: dave

I would go with galvanized. It will last longer and it’s cheaper. I wouldn’t waste the money on stainless.


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