Beaumaris Lifeboat assist a fishing vessel whose propeller was missing

Lifeboats News Release

At 5.22 pm on Saturday 17 April 2021 the volunteer crew members of the Beaumaris lifeboat received a page from the U.K. Coastguard in respect of a fishing boat which had lost her propeller near Llanddwyn Island

Beaumaris Atlantic 85 Annette May Liddington with the crew wearing Covid PPE

RNLI/S Barnard

Beaumaris Atlantic 85 with the crew wearing Covid PPE

The lifeboat with her volunteer crew launched at 5.38 pm and proceeded to the scene arriving at 6.09 pm. The lifeboat placed a volunteer lifeboat crew member aboard the 19 foot fishing craft and towed her back to her trailer by the Mermaid public house near Brynsiencyn on Anglesey.

The lifeboat was then released to return to her station 7.48 pm arriving at 8.15 pm to be serviced and refuelled and cleaned under the current Covid 19 instructions.

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