Plymouth dive boat towed in by volunteers
PLYMOUTH volunteers were called out to tow a boat belonging to a city diving centre.
The city's RNLI lifeboat was called out to waters near Plymouth breakwater at around 6.40pm on Monday to tow the broken down dive boat Outcast, belonging to Barbican-based Aquanauts.
The boat was pulled into Sutton Harbour.
MoD Police were called to help a 27ft yacht Chindit. Three crew on-board had suffered engine failure near Bull Point on the River Tamar.
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The vessel was towed to its mooring at Saltash Passage.
Yealm and Bigbury coastguards were called out after fears that two teenaged girls had got into trouble in sea kayaks at Wonwell Beach. An RNLI boat found the girls safe and well on Mothecombe Beach.