Fishing party rescued from North Sea by Staithes and Runswick RNLI
A sea angling party was brought safely ashore by Staithes RNLI this afternoon (Tuesday 5 September) after they were marooned at sea.
Staithes and Runswick RNLI’s volunteer crew quickly launched and within 45 minutes they had towed the fishing boat into Staithes harbour where the anglers disembarked.
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