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Lady Sarah captain ‘pretty gutted’ after boat runs aground near Lake Ellesmere

The captain of a fishing vessel that ran aground near Lake Ellesmere is “pretty gutted”. The Rescue Coordination Centre New Zealand (RCCNZ) received a distress call from aboard the Lady Sarah about 2am, Thursday, Maritime New Zealand spokesman said. It is understood the 22 metre vessel was trawling for elephant fish off the Eastern coast. “Three people were on board, they were evacuated and are now safe and well.” Captain Chris Jarman told Stuff  he was “pretty gutted and shaken up”. “Myself and my two crew, no injuries and we got on land perfectly fine, that’s the main thing, everyone is safe.” Read the story here 18:55

Coast Guard rescues 5 fishermen from aground fishing vessel off Moclips Beach, Wash.

aground-commercial-fishing-vessel-in-the-vicinity-of-moclips-beachThe Coast Guard rescued five fishermen off an aground commercial fishing vessel in the vicinity of Grenville Bay, north of  Moclips Beach early Wednesday morning. The five-man crew was removed from the vessel by an MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew from Coast Guard Sector Columbia River and transferred to Quinalt Indian Reservation emergency medical services. Watchstanders at Sector Columbia River in Warrenton, Oregon, were notified of the grounding  at 3:30 a.m., by the crew of the Qualaysquallum, a 58-foot, steel hulled tribal fishing vessel, homeported in Westport. No injuries or pollution have been reported. The vessel’s crew deployed the vessel’s anchor before abandoning ship via helicopter. The fishing vessel reportedly has less than 3,000 gallons of diesel fuel and 8,000 pounds of crab aboard. The cause of the incident is under investigation. Link Watch video here 14:41

Fishing Boat Runs Aground In West Falmouth

carlos boatA 73-foot steel hulled fishing boat ran aground in the Great Sippewissett Marsh area early Thursday morning, October 20, according to Deputy Director of Falmouth Marine and Environmental Services R. Charles Martinsen III. Mr. Martinsen said the boat is currently stuck in a shallow and rocky area of the marsh, “right up against the shore.” Report of the accident first reached the US Coast Guard and Falmouth Fire Department Thursday morning, and the marine and environmental services department was notified at about 6:30 AM. Link to the rest 12:56