Beaumaris lifeboat launched on Saturday 11 May 2019 to vessel by Fort Belan.

Lifeboats News Release

At 3.27 pm (11 May 2019) the U.K Coastguard paged the volunteer crew members of the R N L I Beaumaris lifeboat to go to the assistance of a 12 metre craft that had suffered from an overheating engine and was currently located near Fort Belan.

The Beaumaris Inshore Lifeboat "Annette Mary Liddington".

RNLI/Dave Burke

The Beaumaris Inshore Lifeboat "Annette Mary Liddington".

The Beaumaris Atlantic 85 lifeboat Annette Mary Liddington launched at 3.39 pm and proceeded towards the craft. However the two crew aboard the casualty vessel had managed to restart the engine and commenced a return journey towards Caernarfon.

Once on scene a lifeboat crew member was placed aboard the boat and the lifeboat then escorted the vessel into Victoria dock Caernarfon assisting to berth the craft.

Once this was achieved the lifeboat was then released from service by the U.K. Coastguard and returned to the lifeboat station at Beaumaris arriving at 5.00 pm being recovered, refuelled and prepared for her next service call by 5.35 pm.

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