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Weymouth Lifeboats assist a 27' yacht ashore with 2 persons on board

Atlantic 75 class B754 & Severn Class ON1261 lifeboats launched to assits a 27' yacht ashore in Worbarrow Bay with 2 persons on board. Filmed with PTZ camera.

ILB put a crew on board rigging a tow to clear the vessel of danger. ALB then towed vessel to Weymouth harbour

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