Helensburgh-RNLI-Lifeboat-attends-report-of-Small-Dinghy-Adrift-in-the-River-Cly

Byline: Shortly after 3pm on Tuesday 29th April Belfast Coastguard received a report of what was thought to be either a small red dinghy or jetski adrift in the River Clyde channel near Langbank.
Page Content: It was agreed that Helensburgh lifeboat would investigate.  
During a search of the area the lifeboat crew located a derelict jetski secured to a moored vessel close to Newark Castle. The crew of the vessel had found it drifting in the river and had recovered it. Clearly the jetski had not been used for some time as there was no engine and all fittings had been removed. 
The jetski was taken back to Rhu where the lifeboat was ready for service again at 1645 hours.
Byline: Shortly after 3pm on Tuesday 29th April Belfast Coastguard received a report of what was thought to be either a small red dinghy or jetski adrift in the River Clyde channel near Langbank.
Page Content: It was agreed that Helensburgh lifeboat would investigate.  
During a search of the area the lifeboat crew located a derelict jetski secured to a moored vessel close to Newark Castle. The crew of the vessel had found it drifting in the river and had recovered it. Clearly the jetski had not been used for some time as there was no engine and all fittings had been removed. 
The jetski was taken back to Rhu where the lifeboat was ready for service again at 1645 hours.