The 8 meter long fishing vessel Phra Nang became disabled while fishing near Newquay, England. The Phra Nang’s propeller was fouled by a rope and the vessel began to drift ashore. The vessel contacted the RNLI who dispatched the lifeboat from Newquay. The lifeboat crew reached the scene and attempted to clear the rope from the propeller. However, the rope couldn’t be pulled free so the lifeboat took the Phra Nang under tow back to Newquay. No reports of injuries, damage or pollution being released.
The fishing vessel Tizzardlee-on became disabled off Park Head off Newquay, Cornwall when it’s propeller became fouled by rope. The three men on board contacted the Newquay RNLI which launched their lifeboat. The lifeboat reached the scene and took the Tizzardlee-on under tow back to Newquay. As the pair of the vessels approached Newquay harbour, they determined that the wasn’t sufficient to allow the fishing vessel to enter. The Tizzardlee-on was moored to a buoy in Newquay Bay. No reports of injuries or pollution being released.