The Conventional Buoy Mooring (ABB) system includes four buoys that are fixed to the seabed by means of mooring lines and marine anchor. The buoys are installed in a rectangular pattern to provide strong points for mooring the vessel. The Conventional Buoy Mooring is equipped with a fluid transfer system in the form of an Ø12” to Ø18” PLEM (Pipeline End Manifold), with a marker buoy and an Ø12” submarine hose string. An Ø12” tanker rail submarine hose is connected to the starboard manifold of the ship. The PLEM increases from Ø12” to Ø18”. It is connected to an Ø18” pipeline which lies directly on the seabed. The pipeline is exposed from this point until it reaches the shoreline, where it is concealed.