echo str_repeat(" ", 2);

Tenby’s lifeboat launches after vessel goes aground after losing power . . . . .

Tenby’s all weather lifeboat was launched shortly before 3pm on Sunday 11 October following a report that a vessel had gone aground somewhere in the Carmarthen Bay area.
The crew of the vessel, a 17ft Shetland which had lost all power thought they were in the Pendine sands area but weren’t sure.

The lifeboat was quickly on the water and whilst the volunteer crew were performing both Radar and DF searches for the casualty vessel, the coastguard were informed that the boat was actually 2 miles north of Burry Holmes.

The lifeboat was requested to continue until this was confirmed by the Burry Port crew.
Once Burry Port Atlantic was alongside, Tenby’s lifeboat was stood down and returned to station.

Leave a Reply