Tenby inshore lifeboat rescues speedboat with engine failure
Tenby's inshore lifeboat was launched shortly before 1pm on Sunday 28th May, after a 17ft speedboat with 4 people on board reported they had suffered engine failure and were drifting towards rocks between Monkstone and Saundersfoot.
After a brief chat, the occupants requested a tow back to Saundersfoot.
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