Seahouses RNLI lifeboats called to assist dive boat with nine missing divers
At 1:22pm on Thursday 29 July 2021, UK Coastguard requested the launch of Seahouses lifeboats, to assist a dive boat which had reported nine missing divers.
A local fishing vessel had also come to assist the dive vessel. The dive boat was able to recover four of the divers after a short search, and the fishing vessel located the other three a short while later.
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