Helensburgh-RNLI-Lifeboat-attends-Motor-Cruiser-Adrift-in-Loch-Long

Byline: On Saturday 3rd May 2014 Belfast Coastguard received a 999 call from the owner of a 23’ motor cruiser.
Page Content: The vessel had experienced engine failure while on passage from Port Glasgow to Loch Goil. It was thought to be adrift near the mouth of Loch Long.
The lifeboat launched at 1657 hours and proceeded to Loch Long where the crew located a 23 foot Seamaster motor cruiser with one person on board.  Although the cruiser had two outboard engines, neither was operational.  The lifeboat towed the cruiser to Blairmore where she was secured to a mooring and the owner landed at Blairmore Pier.  The lifeboat then returned to base and reported ready for service again at 1834 hours.
Byline: On Saturday 3rd May 2014 Belfast Coastguard received a 999 call from the owner of a 23’ motor cruiser.
Page Content: The vessel had experienced engine failure while on passage from Port Glasgow to Loch Goil. It was thought to be adrift near the mouth of Loch Long.
The lifeboat launched at 1657 hours and proceeded to Loch Long where the crew located a 23 foot Seamaster motor cruiser with one person on board.  Although the cruiser had two outboard engines, neither was operational.  The lifeboat towed the cruiser to Blairmore where she was secured to a mooring and the owner landed at Blairmore Pier.  The lifeboat then returned to base and reported ready for service again at 1834 hours.