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July 3, 1962
3,041,639
G. D. ATLAS I
MULTIPLE BOAT ANCHORAGE
Filed July 6, 1959
2 Sheets-Sheet 1
INVENTOR.
BY
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JI/S’ ATTORNEI’S
July 3, 1962
G. D. ATLAS
3,041,639
MULTIPLE BOAT ANCHORAGE
Filed July 6, '1959
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18 designed to serve as bu?iers or bumpers to prevent
‘damage either to the arms 11 or the boat arranged-be
tween the aprons. ' As the arms 11 extend radially from
MULTIPLE BOAT ANCHORAGE
Gerald D. Atlas, 2940 W. Balmoral, Chicago, Ill.
Filed July 6, 1959, Ser. No. 825,299
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7 Claims.
the buoy 10, they form, together with the aprons 12,
slips 19 into which the boats 20 are positioned.
(Cl. 9-8)
To complete the invention, suitable belaying pins
My invention relates to a multiple boat anchorage.
or fasteners 21 are provided on the arms 11 and the
It is the common practice of today to provide individual
buoy 10 for securing the boats Within the slips 19.
anchor ‘buoys for boats of various sizes. In providing
If desired a suitable light or beacon may be arranged
such individually anchored buoys, considerable space be 10 or mounted on the buoy 10 at the point 22. tween the buoys is required because of the fact that the
The aprons 12, in addition to providing together with
anchored boat will shift circularly about the buoy, and
the arms 11, a boat slip 19, also serve as ba?ies or guards
if such ample spacing is not provided, the boats may
to resist water pressure thereagainst which would tend
become damaged by virtue of rubbing or bumping against
to rotate the boat’ anchorage about its anchored position.
each other during such shifting under various conditions 15 To guard against damage to the aprons 12 by reason of
such as waves, wind or the like.
the water force applied thereto, the aprons, as before
The objects of my invention is to provide a boat anchor
age in which a plurality of boats may be anchored from
a single buoy and be prevented from coming into contact
‘ stated, are perforated as shown, thus allowing a certain
amount of water to pass through without destroying their
effectiveness as baffles or guards.
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with each other under the conditions hereinbefore stated, 20 A ‘boat anchorage constructed in accordance with the
the buoys occupying a space equivalent to that which
description herein set forth will provide individual boat
would normally be required for a single boat anchorage
slips for a plurality of boats, permitting a plurality of
as heretofore stated.
boats of the same or various sizes to be anchored to a
Another and equally important object of my invention
common buoy within a minimum space Without damage
is to provide a boat anchorage in which a plurality of 25 to the boats. The form and design of my invention may
boats are anchored from a single buoy and in which there
be changed according to requirements and the material
is provided an arrangement for resisting rotation of the
used may be such as will best serve the purpose.
boat anchorage by wind, waves or the like, while at the
While I have illustrated and described the preferred
same time preventing the boats from coming into contact
form of construction for carrying my invention into effect,
with each other.
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'30 this is capable of variation and modi?cation without de
Other objects will appear hereinafter.
The invention consists in the novel combination and
arrangement of parts to ‘be hereinafter described and
claimed.
The invention will be best understood by reference to 35
the accompanying drawings showing the preferred form
parting from the spirit of the invention. I, therefore, do
not wish to be limited to the precise details of construction
set forth, but desire to avail myself of such variations and
modi?cations as come within the scope of the appended
claims.
Having thus describedmy invention, what I claim as
of construction, and in which:
new and desire to protect by Letters Patent is:
FIG. 1 is a perspective view of the invention showing
1. A boat anchorage comprising a buoy having an
a plurality of boats in anchored position;
anchor chain depending therefrom in axial alinement
FIG. 2 is a top plan view of my invention;
40 therewith, elongated arms extending radially from said
FIG. 3 is a perspective view of the invention.
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buoy so as to lie in a substantially horizontal plane above
The preferred embodiment of my invention is in the
the water level, ba?le means carried by said arms and
form shown in the drawings. The invention comprises
extending downwardly therefrom and providing together
a buoy 10 of cylindrical and elongated formation and
with said arms a plurality of slips radially disposed about
formed of such material as will give it proper buoyancy. 45 said buoy;
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The buoy 10 carries a rope or cable 10' secured to a suit
2. A boat anchorage comprising a buoy having an
able anchor (not shown) which may be of any desired
anchor chain depending therefrom in axial' alinement
design and of sufficient weight to maintain the buoy in a
therewith,
elongated arms extending radially from said
?xed position.
buoy so as to lie in a substantially horizontal plane above
Extending from the buoy 10' are elongated arms 11 50 the water level, baffle means carried by said arms and
which may be cylindrical in cross section or any other
desired shape. These arms 11 are secured to the buoy
10 to extend laterally therefrom in any suitable and de
sired manner.
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extending downwardly therefrom and providing together
with said arms a plurality of slips radially disposed about
said buoy, said batlle means each comprising rectangularly
shaped perforated aprons.
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Depending from each arm 11 is an apron 12 preferably 55
‘3. A boat anchorage comprising a buoy having an
formed of such material as will give it proper buoyancy.
anchor chain depending therefrom in axial alinement
In the present instance, these aprons 12 are substantially
rectangular in elevation and have formed therein perfora
tions 13 which permit the'passage of water, thereby to
therewith, elongated arms extending radially from said
buoy so as to lie in a substantially horizontal plane above
the water level, baffle means carried by said arms and
reduce the force or pressure of the water against the 60 extending downwardly therefrom into the water and pro~
apron. The apron extends downwardly from its respective
arm 11 and is secured thereto in any approved and de
sired manner. The edge portion 14 of the apron may,
if desired, be secured to the adjacent side of the buoy
v10, such feature being optional in construction. The 65
aprons 12 are spaced equally from each other by means
of the tie bars 15 formed of such material as will best '
serve the purpose. Such aprons may be reinforced by
.viding together with said arms a plurality of slips radially
disposed about said buoy, said baffle means each com
prising rectangularly shaped perforated aprons, and means
for maintaining said aprons in spaced relation with respect ’
to each other.
4. A boat anchorage comprising a buoy having an 7
anchor chain depending therefrom in axial alinement
therewith, elongated arms extending radially from said
reinforcing strips 16. The vertical edges of the aprons
buoy so as to lie in a substantially horizontal plane above
beneath the buoy 10 are secured together by spacing 70 the water level, baffle means carried by said arms and
bars 17.
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Each arm 11 has at spaced intervals resilient collars
extending downwardly therefrom and providing together
with said arms a plurality of slips radially disposed about
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said buoy, and bumper collars carried by each of said
wmaintaining said aprons in spaced’ relation with respect
arms in spaced relation with respect to each other.
> 5.‘ A boat anchorage comprising a buoy having an
to each other, and bumper collars carried by each of
said arms in spaced relation with ‘respect to each other.
7. A boat anchorage/‘comprising a buoy, an anchor
anchor chain depending therefrom in axial alinement
therewith, elongated arms extending radially, from said'
chain extending downwardly from said buoy in axial align
ment ‘therewith, elongated arms extending radially from
buoy so as to lie in a substantially horizontal plane above
the Water level, baf?e'means carried by said arms and
said buoy so as to lie in substantial horizontal vplane above
the water level to provide substantially triangularly shaped
extending downwardly therefrom ‘and providing together
'boat slips concentrically about said buoy, and means car
said buoy, said ba?ie means each comprising rectangularly 10 ried by each of said arms to facilitate anchoring a boat
with said arms a plurality of slips radially disposed about
shaped, perforated aprons, and bumper collars carried’
by each of said arms in spaced relation with respect to
' in each of said slips.
References Cited in the ?le of this patent
UNITED STATES PATENTS
6. A boat anchorage ‘comprising a buoy having'an ‘
anchor chain depending therefrom in axial alinement is ‘1,002,987
Harney ______________ __ Sept. 12, 1911
eachother.
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therewith, elongated arms extending radially from said
1,374,943
Melvin ___________ _’___.. Apr. 19,1921
buoy soas to lie in a substantially horizontal plane above
the ‘water, level, ba?ie means carried by said arms and
extending downwardlythere'from into the Water and pro
2,389,353
2,857,872
Foss ___'_____,___> _____ __'Nov. 20, :1945
'Usab _________ __>___t___ Oct. '28, 195-8
viding together with said arms a plurality'of slips radially
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' disposed about'said buoy, said ba?ie means each compris- ‘
ing rectangularly shaped perforated aprons, means for
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FOREIGN PATENTS
:‘Great Britain____,_ _____ __ Jan. 16, 1872
Germany __V____~_._;_____ Mar. 25, ‘1954
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