The 70-year-old man had to be airlifted to hospital after his yacht caught fire in the boatyard of Hartlepool Marina.
A Hartlepool man remains in a critical condition in hospital after a yacht fire in the town’s marina.
Firefighters were called to the marina at around 5pm on 27 June following reports that a yacht was ablaze.
Crews from Stranton Station in Hartlepool and Stockton attended.
The man was found unconscious inside the yacht, which was out of the water and in a boatyard next to the marina.
He was airlifted by the Great North Air Ambulance to hospital.
Firefighters then damped down the fire on the boat.
A spokesman for Cleveland Fire and Rescue said the yacht sustained around 20% fire damage, 20% heat damage and 50% smoke damage.
Cleveland Police said an investigation by officers has found that there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the fire.
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