PENARTH LIFEBOATS RACE TO THE RESCUE OF FIVE IN A FISHING BOAT

The Atlantic 85 and the Inshore lifeboat were both deployed in last night's operation

The Atlantic 85 and the Inshore lifeboat were both deployed in last night’s operation

Both Penarth lifeboats were launched last night to go to the aid of a disabled fishing boat reported to be taking on water in the outer harbour of Cardiff Barrage.

Lifeboat crew members checked-out the fishing boat and made sure all on board were safe before towing the crippled vessel into Penarth Marina . All on board were safe and well .

The crippled fishing boat was later hoisted out of the water

The crippled fishing boat was later hoisted out of the water

The hull of the vessel was later examined at the marina boat hoist.

The hull of the vessel was examined in detail  at the marina boat hoist.

The boat itself was later suspended in slings on the marina boat-hoist and lifted out of the water so that the hull and steering could be examined  .

 

 

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3 Responses to PENARTH LIFEBOATS RACE TO THE RESCUE OF FIVE IN A FISHING BOAT

  1. The Tax payer says:

    Who are the fools under the boat and more to the point who managers them ? Bet no one admits to that . If that crane had failed you really would have ended up with people being unwell

  2. Ralf says:

    I imagine their manager managers them.

  3. Parcel says:

    “Five go fishing”, catch a crab and flounder in the sea, as they perch in their small boat…………

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