I am not young enough to know everything.
Here's a longer video of the whole thing:
'Interesting' boarding @ 0:11 and also the first fisherman getting off @ 0:55. Just shows how tricky it would be say at night in a hoolie.
Are we there yet?
I was struck by how rough it looked; being a photographer I'm all too aware that what seems significant weather & waves usually looks much less on film, so it must have been rather lumpy - note the ILB couldn't stay alongside.
I'd love to hear the radio chat ( I'm hoping there was one ! ) on the lines of 'we're b*****g off at high speed while leaving our chum on the sinking boat, please be so kind as to pick him up from the 'oggin' !
Navwarn now issued.
Solent C.G. are advising that it's superstructure is visible at low water and that the temporary marks put down have disappeared.
Be careful out there!
£1500 quids worth of go go juice just sitting there. I am sure someone will be along soon to assist
wonder why she sank? any info on that yet?