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That made for an interesting time!
In came a Ranger Launch with blues going followed by a
dingy with an outboard running followed by the Wherry
which was followed by another dingy, which in turn was
followed by the Hemsby Lifeboat with Blues going, which
was followed by another Ranger Launch with Blues going.
The Coast Guard were already at the quayside waiting!
Straight into the lift and up she went at an angle(Too
heavy for the lift) to clear the water where the hole
was. The hole was about a foot long and one plank wide.
(See the photo.)
She was back in the water by 0830 the next day.

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That's a wherry big hole!

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spiderman I think you just won the pun of the year award

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27/06/18 @10.33 BST, team paged to a vessel said to be stuck under the bridge at Saint Olaves, two persons onboard.  On arrival at scene the vessel had been safely moved to the free moorings by the mill by a local assisting.  A welfare check of the occupants was conducted and apart from some scrapes to the roof of the vessel the persons onboard were found to be safe and without injury.  We were also assisted at scene by colleagues from our flank team of Lowestoft CRT.  #070/18.

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27/07/2018, 16:58 Team tasked by Humber CGOC to a vessel at Reedham Ferry stuck in the chains. The Fire and Rescue Service safely transported all persons off the vessel. The Hemsby Lifeboat crew towed the vessel to safety. Well done to all agencies involved.  #083/18

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15.29 BST on 30th July 2018
The Gorleston Coastguard Rescue Team were paged by Humber CGOC to reports of a speedboat crash near Reedham Marina with the casualties whereabouts unknown. Both ourselves and our flank team HM Coastguard Lowestoft responded immediately along with the Broads Authority ranger vessel, "The Spirit of Breydon".
On arrival at the scene, we met with the Broads Authority who had located the vessel. We managed to make our way through the reeds to the vessel where there was no casualties or occupants in the vicinity, except items of clothing including shoes and substantial internal damage to the vessel. We were immediately concerned that someone maybe in the water or injured on the shore.
A thorough search was conducted for some distance in either direction of the river. Norfolk Constabulary attended and were checking the owners address to see if they could find any information. After searching for approx 3 hours the owner then arrived on scene.
He was safe and well and informed us that he had problems with the vessel and placed it on the bank. Safety advice was given as he had not informed anyone that this had happened and did not think to. The search was about to be escalated to a major missing persons incident.
All units were free to stand down as the vessel was going to be recovered by the owner and the Broads Authority on Tuesday.
We would like to thank Reedham Car Ferry for their assistance in holding the ferry for our rescue teams to get across the river as swiftly as possible.   #086/18

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I note that, despite not being an 'emergency response vehicle' (vessel), SoB was first on the scene and located the stricken vessel.

"..for the avoidance of any doubt, the broads are not legally a national park and do not come under the national park legislation, and nor will they."
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