RNLI Cromer tasked to carry out search
RNLI Cromer was paged at 11 20 to a reported EPRB(Emergency Position-Indicating Radio Beacon sound.
No further details were available to the crew.
The position was given as 50 miles off from the station due north of Cromer.
The relief lifeboat RNLB 1601 ‘Peter and Lesley-Jane Nicholson’ was launched as soon as her crew were ready.
The search finished at 15 05 with nothing found and the lifeboat returned to station. It was refuelled, cleaned down and soon made ready for its next launch.
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