Angle RNLI lifeboat launched to help yacht
Angle RNLI’s all weather lifeboat was alerted early on Wednesday morning (September 7) to go the aid of an 11 metre yacht approximately two miles south of St Ann’s Head
The lifeboat was launched at 4.25am and rendezvoused with the yacht. After confirming that all was okay on board, a tow was rigged and a course was set for Milford Docks.
At the entrance to the Docks channel, the yacht was put into an alongside tow and taken to the Mackerel Stage, where it was safely secured.
With no more assistance required, the lifeboat was released to return to her station, where she was rehoused at 6.20am.
Note to editors
The photo shows Angle RNLI’s Tamar class all weather lifeboat Mark Mason launching.
Photo: Nick Leach/RNLI.
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